I am lucky to say my life has been rich in experience and lessons! I grew up in Montreal, a French city in Canada, went to university in Los Angeles (Go Trojans! Go Lions!), and I have traveled to more than 29 countries.
I played water polo for fourteen years, becoming a Junior World Champion at seventeen and continuing on to win various international medals with Team Canada, including two silver medals at the Pan American Games and a silver medal at World Aquatic Championships. While attending university in Los Angeles at the University of Southern California, our team also won a silver medal at NCAA Championships.
I studied Biology and Music in university and ultimately have become a executive-and-leadership-coach-corporate-trainer-motivational-speaker. So unique, I know. Like you!
My mission in life is:
I am an associate certified coach with the International Coach Federation as well as with Integral Coaching Canada, and I’m certified in seven different personality and talent assessments (MBTI, StrengthsFinder, Birkman, TotalSDI, Strong, Nova, EQ-i 2.0). I work across a variety of industries (finance, medical, landscape, startup, sport, manufacturing) in Leadership Training and People Development. I get fired up to lead workshops and coach clients on a 1-on-1 basis.
I recently took on a role as Global Director of Organizational Development at a multinational organization (kinda fun!). I partner with U.S. based executive coaching firm, Trybal Performance, as well as with the number one sport consulting firm in Canada, the Sport Law and Strategy Group.
When I’m not doing all I’ve mentioned above, you’ll find me hanging with my friends and fam and making an effort to keep fit.
At the end of the day, I believe change starts at home, that it’s better to light one candle than curse the darkness, that having meaningful goals can make all the difference, and that you and I can very well do something to make this world more beautiful.
Rosanna has appeared on Global TV, CBC Radio, Salut Bonjour, Des kiwis et des hommes and Breakfast Television. She has written articles for Darling Magazine, The Montreal Gazette and Inspiro. Rosanna is also a TEDx speaker.