Ruth (Ramone) Rosen joined Project Rozana in early 2018 after many years in the education sector in Australia and in Israel.
During her years living, studying and working in Israel, she taught in high school and lectured in English and Comparative Literature at Tel Aviv University. She also worked as a translator-editor-writer for the Israel Labor Party, a freelance writer and translator and as private tutor to the first Egyptian Ambassador to Israel.
Returning to Australia, Ruth moved into international education management. Her roles encompassed program management, education policy and marketing as well as governance and communications.
Ruth brings to her role at Project Rozana enthusiasm, skills and knowledge at both the strategic and operational levels. She enjoys being part of a team taking the organization forward supporting the mission of building better understanding between Israelis and Palestinians through health, making a difference to individuals and communities in Israel-Palestine and in Australia.
Prior appointments, expertise, qualifications
Ozford Australia, August 2014 to December 2017 – Head of Education Programs
A private education institution for international students offering English language courses, Senior Secondary and Vocational qualifications, and Undergraduate degree programs in a supportive, individualised and innovative learning environment.
Innovation & Business Skills Australia, March 2008 to August 2014 – Manager Corporate Governance & Communications
IBSA is a not-for-profit independent Industry Skills Councils established by the Australian Government to work closely in the Vocational Education & Training sector to develop national qualifications.
Australia Council for Private Education & Training (ACPET), August 2005-March 2008 – Manager International Policy & Marketing
ACPET is the national peak industry association for non-government providers of education and training to domestic and international students across all education sectors, with particular focus on post-secondary education.
Monash University, Monash International, May 1990 to December 2004 – Teacher, Coordinator, Director of Studies, Director Melbourne Access Programs (Monash College and Monash University English Language Centre)
Monash International P/L was a wholly owned Monash University company responsible for the recruitment, teaching and welfare of international students.
- Strategic planning, analysis, development and implementation
- Research and writing proposals and reports
- Staff management, mentoring and leadership
- Communication, relationship-building, marketing and presentation skills
- Corporate governance and board compliance and support
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Monash University
- Master of Arts (Cum Laude) Tel Aviv University
- Grad Diploma of Education (ESL and History) Tel Aviv University
- Grad Certificate of Business Management (AIM)