“A hallmark of human and market progress has been our capacity to translate breakthroughs in our understanding of how the world works and put them into action. The new information we have access to now is that impact matters and is a powerful force in meeting the needs and aspirations of people, conserving our planet and driving future prosperity; that changes everything. Leaders are identifying opportunities to act in this breakthrough and create new value.”
Rosemary Addis AM
Rosemary is an internationally recognised director and strategist driving innovation and investment for greater impact and sustainability. She is Founding Managing Partner of Mondiale Impact putting impact in the agenda for 21st Century Governance and Executive Director of Impact Strategist and Melbourne Enterprise Professor of Sustainability & Impact Investment in the Faculty of Business & Economics at the University of Melbourne.
Rosemary’s current portfolio includes Chair of Climate Ready Australia 2030 and the Sweef Capital Board of Advisors, Ambassador for the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment, Member of a World Bank Steering Group for Innovative Finance and Non-Executive Director Indigenous Business Australia.
Rosemary has advised SDG Impact at the United Nations Development Programme, the OECD Social Impact Investing Initiative, the World Economic Forum Ideas to Practice, private markets clients from major banks to institutional investors, governments internationally and collaborated with Oxford University and Harvard Kennedy School. Her thought leadership is published widely and her work is the subject of numerous international case studies informing a generation of leaders.
Rosemary’s 30+ year track record spans a global legal career including as an equity partner of Allens-Linklaters, Social Innovation Strategist for the Australian Government, G8 Social Impact Investment Taskforce and Founding Chair Impact Investing Australia (Market Builder of the Year 2018 & 2020). She was recognised for lifetime contributions to impact (2020), Member of the Order of Australia (2020), among top thought leaders by Women in Finance (2017), Australia’s 100 Women of Influence (2015) and was ranked by Chambers Global among the world’s leading lawyers (2002-3).