Rose Schreiber
Rose Schreiber is a strategy and communications professional with experience in media relations, strategic partnerships, thought leadership campaigns and stakeholder engagement programmes. Her strengths lie in strategy analysis and content management. She also holds a regional specialisation in India and south Asian business and political economy, including foreign policy.

Rose began her career at the Albright Stonebridge Group in Washington, D.C., where she worked as a research analyst on India and south Asia, specialising in business development, US-Indo relations and public affairs. She worked with clients in the energy, banking and retail sector; Rose was equally charged with increasing stakeholder engagement and relationship building amongst the India Caucus and United States India Business Council.

On returning to the UK, Rose joined PwC in London, working as a communications executive for the media relations team. Rose was latterly seconded to the Global Thought leadership and Strategic Partnerships team in which she provided research analysis, content management and knowledge provision. She particularly worked on the run-up to ‘Summer Davos’ in Tianjin with the World Economic Forum.

Rose joined Sermelo as Consultant in October 2012, bringing together her experience in large multinational consulting firms and communication and engagement skills in order to address and advise on corporate affairs issues. Rose graduated from King’s College, London in 2008 with a BA in History and went on to complete a MSc at the University of Oxford in Contemporary Indian Studies in 2010. Her hobbies include running, yoga and skiing, board games, card games and mind puzzles. Rose has spent over a year living in India and travelled extensively around Asia. She speaks Danish at conversational level.

Entries by Rose Schreiber

Corporate Social Responsibility: Options Not Included

(0) Comments | Posted 24 September 2013 | (12:16)

Having grown up in the 1990s I have watched the term 'corporate social responsibility' (CSR) grow and evolve. Whilst the anti-sweatshop movement of that decade may have marked the real beginning of an era of increasing concern for social causes[1] today, CSR has come to cover three kinds of responsibility:...

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Tackling Whistleblowing Through Employee Engagement

(0) Comments | Posted 16 July 2013 | (10:21)

Public exposure to whistleblowing has risen dramatically over the last few years. Far beyond the realms of Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, the international public have been drawn into a spate of corporate scandals. Issues have been widely ranging, covering such things as food safety, price fixing in the wholesale...

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Mentoring in the Workplace: Empathy by the Back Door

(0) Comments | Posted 8 March 2013 | (15:57)

Last year, I was fortunate enough to get involved with a mentorship programme called 50 Foot Women, set up to equip young women with the skills, confidence and networks they need to gain quicker, fairer and better access to professional life in London. Having spent the previous year...

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Save Your Energy and Educate Consumers

(0) Comments | Posted 21 December 2012 | (16:18)

I recently attended the ninth annual Energy Summit hosted by The London Business School where keynote speaker, Dr. Ivan Marten, Global Leader of the Energy Practice for Boston Consulting Group, identified the 21st Century as the 'energy and natural resources revolution'. The UK energy market is on the brink of...

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Moving Beyond a State of Social Media Insecurity

(0) Comments | Posted 6 December 2012 | (16:30)

Until very recently, I have been, as I believe many are out there, living in a state of social media insecurity. Whilst happy in the knowledge that I am at least registered on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, I have left my participation to the bare minimum and not strayed beyond...

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