Tricia Flowers, Program Director - South Australia.
Bachelor of Applied Science – Recreation Planning & Management
“I am passionate about wanting to provide access for all girls to experience Enlighten Education’s incredible programs; there is such compelling evidence their workshops have a profoundly positive impact on young women, and help them respond with resilience to a changing world. As the mother to two children, including a tween-aged daughter, this work matters to me at a deeply personal level!”
Tricia comes from a background of over 20 years experience in management, marketing, PR and event management. She also created and produced a performing arts concept called “The Dress Up Box”, encouraging children to find confidence and express themselves through dressing up and role playing.
An advocate and mentor for women in business, Tricia loves to see women thrive in their careers and utilise their entrepreneurial and leadership skills.
Tricia’s experience and expertise ensures she is uniquely equipped to lead an incredibly dynamic and diverse team of local presenters, and ensure Adelaide schools are able to run spectacular Enlighten events!
Rosalie Panetta, Senior Presenter.
Bachelor of Journalism, Bachelor of Arts (International Studies)
“Be the best version of you, you can be; not someone else”. That was the best advice I’ve ever been given by a mentor. It was key to me growing as a presenter and growing as a woman ... and it's a powerful message I'm really passionate about sharing with younger girls.”
Rosalie is a writer, talker, podcaster, MC, blogger and food enthusiast. After starting a career in journalism, working in newspapers, her love of sharing stories & connecting with people on a more personal level drew her to a career in radio.
Throughout her 20’s she travelled across the country to talk to audiences in SA, WA and Tasmania as part of local and networked breakfast shows. Rosie can now be found at Adelaide radio station Nova 919, as an on-air announcer, and behind the scenes daily as a breakfast show producer.
She continues to write freelance and can often be seen behind the microphone MC’n various events around Adelaide.
As a presenter Rosie prides herself on her honest, relatable delivery and her ability to connect with people of all ages, particularly young people. In her time as a writer, she has not only shared her own personal experiences with audiences, but has also published pieces on gender inequality, multiculturalism and diversity.