Role at FoxFuel: Account Executive
Rosie is the latest member of FoxFuel hailing from, well, here. She was born in England but spent most of her life down in Franklin, wandered to UT for school, hopped back over the ocean for two and half years in London, and then landed back here in Nashville. She's got a thing for task lists and beer so we decided to pick her brain to see what other brilliant things are hiding in there.
What's your favorite...
The Cranberries or Creed. Yes, I said Creed.
Happy place in Nashville?
The Centennial Bar & Grill, my happy secret dive bar.
My dad’s Double Platinum record for producing one of Shakin’ Steven’s most famous albums. This is him and my dad in the 80s (dad’s on bass).
Molton Brown (It’s British)
My brother. I constantly tell him that he’s my spirit animal because we are so similar.
Matilda. Her computer games were the best.
All About Rosie
Where were you born?
Winchester, England. It’s south of London!
What is the most frustrating question, comment, or feedback you get related to work?
[Assuming I only handle social media] - “So, anyone can write tweets for someone right?”
What was the first thing you failed at?
I immediately jump to the Science test I failed in 7th grade. I was too focused on finding a boyfriend. My teacher let me retake it and then I failed again!
If you could do anything other than marketing, what would it be?
I would sing! The music industry is a tough space, but in a dream world, I would be a musician. I think it's the most freeing thing you can do.
What is the best memory you have from your childhood?
I would say either any of the sleepovers I had at my best friend Annie’s house or the trips I took to South Africa to see my grandparents. I was extremely lucky to go on Safaris.
What’s been your biggest adventure?
I’ve been to some amazing countries, my biggest adventure will be in 2020 when I get married in England!
What’s the worst haircut you’ve ever had?
Wow...this one is obvious and anyone who knew me in the fourth grade would agree. I was a competition swimmer at the time and wanted to be faster, so I got a haircut that stopped at my ears. Hilariously, my classmate Forrest Alverson had the same haircut, so for the remainder of the year, I was called Forrest accidentally if someone wasn’t looking at me face on.
Would you rather control your dreams or watch them the next day?
I am one of the rare people who can occasionally control my dreams! I have these very rare moments where I realize I’m dreaming and have about 30 seconds to do whatever I want before I wake up. I usually make myself fly. Always a great default. So I would choose to control my dreams any day!