Maree Rosier is a course designer, facilitator and strategy consultant with a passion for developing people and organisations. Her purpose is to help build the capability of people, teams, groups and organisations to learn effectively, to collaborate, to communicate, to adapt, and to have a positive impact in their world.
Maree has more than 20 years’ experience as an educator at tertiary, secondary and primary levels. She designed and introduced the Planning Stream at the University of the Sunshine Coast, designed and conducted Summer Courses for International students, taught primary and secondary classes, and most recently held the position of School Principal with Education Queensland. Concurrently, in partnership, she has created and managed a successful business in the Construction Industry, and she continues to own and manage a beef production enterprise of over 30 years standing. Maree began her career as an urban and strategic planner with Sinclair Knight and Partners (now Sinclair Knight Merz) in Brisbane. She recently launched her new glamping tourism enterprise in south-east Queensland.
Her extensive cross-disciplinary experience and adaptability is underpinned by practical wisdom and a comprehensive understanding of the importance of key factors, including collaboration, communication, encouragement, reciprocity, respect, clarity and experiential learning, regardless of operational context. Maree is equipped with the experience and expertise to develop competent and emotionally intelligent communicators, problem solvers, teams and leaders; through the delivery of transformational human capital development, strategies and initiatives for better outcomes.
Maree has an undergraduate degree in Arts, majoring in Social Science and Literature, a First Class Honours Degree in Geography, a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning, and a Graduate Diploma in Education.
The founder of Rosier Futures, Maree also has a passion for the Arts, sustainability, design, innovation, and game-changing ideas to tackle the toughest issues of our time – education, the future of work, health, diversity, equity, and social cohesion. She strives to create sustainable communities that inspire belonging. Her commitment to community is evident in her community leadership roles;
- Vice-President, Ma Ma Creek Exhibition Committee, currently in its 84th year of operation, and Ma Ma Creek Hall Committee
- Board Member, RDA Ipswich and West Moreton
- Committee Member, SWQ RASN Advisory Committee
- Lockyer Valley Regional Council Natural Resource Management Working Group
- Member Chamber of Commerce
- Member Gatton Historical Society
- LVRC bursary recipient, Arts Ablaze Conference, Kooralbyn, 2019