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Who we are

PROJECT ROCKIT was launched in 2006, by two sisters hungry for action on bullying. What started small has grown into something much bigger...

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WHAT WE DO

PROJECT ROCKIT creates spaces where all young people have access to respect, acceptance, creative expression and real leadership skills. We send highly trained, passionate young presenters into schools to run workshops that empower students to lead positive change at school, online and beyond.

OUR CRED

We're young but experienced

* Est. 2006 with a strong track record
* 300,000+ student reach
* Certified by federal Office of the eSafety Commissioner

We team up with the best

* Telstra, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google and YouTube
* Sit on Twitter Trust and Safety Council
* Sit on Facebook Safety Advisory Board

96% of students recommend

* Highly trained, passionate young presenters
* Show not tell approach
* We empower and unite young people

SEE US IN ACTION

So this sounds great, but maybe you want to know how our approach translates into school settings. Check out this video to learn exactly what we do.

Meet our team

A passionate and diverse team of individuals united by the belief that young people can create positive change in the world around them

MEET THE TEAM

Rosie Thomas OAM

Cofounder and CEO

Lucy Thomas OAM

Cofounder and CEO

Erin Sciola

General Manager

Chloe Eckert

Head of Digital Communications

Sarah Asumadu

Lead Bookings Coordinator

Jayde Petrie

Lead Team Coordinator

Gian Rizza

Team Coordinator

Jade Backhouse-Walker

Digital Ambassadors Program Coordinator

Ror

Presenter

Izzy

Presenter

Tayla

Presenter

Sneha

Presenter

Craig

Presenter

Teresa

Presenter

Nic

Presenter

Carla

Presenter

Ashish

Presenter

Fatima

Presenter

Matt

Presenter

Amy

Presenter

PROJECT ROCKIT presenters actually care what students have to say. They really create such a safe and open space for us to share our views and opinions.

Year 9 student, St John Paul II Catholic School