Rosalie O’Neale manages the eSafety Women program for the eSafety Commissioner.
eSafety Women empowers Australian women to manage technology risks and abuse and take control of their online experiences. It provides practical guidance and tools, as well as training for frontline domestic and family violence workers. The program includes eSafetyWomen—online training for frontline workers to extend this training to workers in regional/remote areas and a range of resources for women from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Rosalie has many years’ experience in the development and delivery of online safety education programs. She also has a long-standing involvement in the conduct of research into the way Australians use and experience technology.