Rosie Richards wins OM of the Year Award

It was announced at the Marlburian Club’s virtual AGM, that Rosie Richards (EL 2010-15) was the first winner of the OM of the Year Award due to her outstanding contribution to the non-profit scene, both nationally and internationally. Imogen Bath’s (EL 2010-15) nomination said that Rosie’s “unwavering commitment to affect change makes her the perfect candidate for this award”.  Since leaving Marlborough, Rosie has worked with a number of charitable organisations and is passionate about achieving long-term change for some of the world’s most pressing issues.

Earlier this year, the Club introduced the OM of the Year Award to recognise the impact that Old Marlburians have on society and to shine a light on how OMs live Marlburian values long after their time at school.  We know that many Old Marlburians make a real difference across the globe in a variety of ways.

If you would like to nominate a Marlburian for next year’s OM of the Year, please complete the nomination form.  To be considered, those nominated should demonstrate a clear and positive impact that has occurred as a direct result of their engagement and commitment and examples of this impact provided along with the nomination.