Rosie BattyRosie started at Oliver Wyman in January 2012 having done an internship with the company in 2010 and having graduated from Oxford University with a first in Physics (MPhys).

Since starting work, Rosie has worked with many top tier clients across a range of different industries including Aviation, Financial Services, Retail and Healthcare. Last year, she worked in the project management office for the European Central Bank as they performed the AQR (Asset Quality Review) that Oliver Wyman supported. Since then, she has chosen to specialise in Healthcare Consulting and has worked across both private and public healthcare provision as well as doing some life sciences work.

Rosie is currently working for an NHS client to support the development of new models of care that aim to improve outcomes and experience for patients whilst simultaneously reducing cost within the local health economy. She also supports business development opportunities for the HLS practice within Oliver Wyman, inputting her acquired expertise into proposals and contributing to pitches with senior clients as required.

Alongside her project work, Rosie is a very active member of the office. Right from the start she has taken a prominent role in recruiting and recently supported a project to review the recruiting process and the impact the different stages have on the diversity of candidates receiving an entry-level offer. As well as her involvement in the design of the recruitment process, she attends and presents at many recruiting events, has acted as a mentor for women interested in joining the industry and regularly does interviews for entry level positions. She also acts as a ‘buddy’ for more junior female consultants, providing support as required and generally offering mentorship and advice. Each year since she started, Rosie has received a ‘Firm Contribution’ award each year in recognition of her involvement and contribution to the firm.