Rosie (M.Psych, PhD) is a registered psychologist, a Professor of Mental Health at the University of Melbourne, and the Chief of Knowledge Translation at Orygen, Australia’s leading clinical research centre for early intervention in mental health. Her primary interests are understanding mental health challenges experienced by those working in elite sports (athletes, coaches and high performance staff), as well as risk and protective factors for mental ill-health, and optimal strategies for improving and maximising mental health and wellbeing in sporting environments. Rosie’s work has focused on whole of organisation (‘systems’) approaches to improving mental health in sporting contexts, including working with sports to develop evidence-informed frameworks for preventing and responding early to mental health issues. She has a particular interest in the mental health of young elite athletes, and how gender and equity issues impact upon mental health. Rosie has worked with a number of elite and professional sporting codes and organisations in Australia, and is a member of the International Olympic Committee’s mental health working group and the IOC’s 2022 expert consensus group on youth athletic development. She has authored over 150 publications and more than 30 reports on mental health for a range of elite sports. She is the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal Early Intervention in Psychiatry.