Rosemary is currently the director at RMC Consultants, UK. At RMC, she trains in leadership. She is also a consultant who is passionately involved in the diversity strand, which is part of the strategy by the National College. She has been noted for activism in the community, which she combines with public speaking to offer professional support to organizations, at both strategic and operational levels, where diversity and equity are essential.
Rosemary Campbell-Stephens began her career as a Head teacher in a secondary school. She then worked for the local authorities in the midlands. She also was an adviser for Secondary School for review of institutions, racial equality and development in London. She has been an OFSTED inspector too, and a very successful one at that.
In the 1980s, Rosemary had her own way to give back to community, as she co-ran a Saturday school for a whole decade, in Lozells, Birmingham, which had around 250 students of African Caribbean descent.
The British government hired her as a consultant in the Education and Skills Department to oversee an initiative which aimed at increasing the school attainment of students of African Caribbean descent in Secondary School, under a pilot program that ran in over 30 schools, between 2003 and 2005.
She is dedicated to our beliefs and her active roles in the Education sector, and will not sit back and watch things go wrong.