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We Are Rosie is the advertising marketplace of the future. How people work in advertising no longer works – we are the wrecking ball and the clean-up crew. We are building a dignified workplace by demolishing the transactional traditions of an entire industry. Walls, barriers, and borders have no place in our culture. Advertising doesn’t look like any one thing, and neither should your team. We bring diversity to the method and the message.


We believe in agility to improve outputs and flexibility to eliminate burnout. The bottom line is we care about a lot more than the bottom line. We are connectors and collaborators. We align with brands who are as dedicated to change as we are. We stand for dignity. We stand for equality. We stand for the 1000+ flex marketers who are the core of our business. We are dedicated fathers and industry explorers. We are corporate refugees and junior-level prodigies. We are marginalized geniuses and women burned by the patriarchy.

Together, we are a force of kindness, respect, and inclusion. We are rebels with a cause.

We Are Rosie.

Ready to build your business? So are we.

Our Fearless Leader

Stephanie Nadi Olson


Stephanie Nadi Olson is on a mission.  A mission to support extraordinary people while providing a workplace that treats everyone, regardless of gender, race or identity, with dignity and equal opportunity.

After reaching the top of the corporate ladder, she decided it’s time to reinvent it.  Her obsession with best-in-class customer service, innovative media and marketing solutions, win-win strategic partnerships, and exceeding expectations was developed at top media companies like Microsoft and OATH (formerly AOL).  Now, Stephanie turns her attention to detail and passion for perfection to developing Rosie’s world-class team.

Stephanie’s experience traverses all industries. Her work has helped to build revenue for Fortune 500 companies like Toyota, Coca-Cola, Home Depot, AT&T, Verizon, Purina, and L’Oreal, to name a few.

When Stephanie gave birth to her youngest daughter, she realized that it’s time to challenge the status quo on how we work and thrive.  That’s why Rosie is named for Stephanie’s youngest daughter, Margot Rose, as a constant reminder of her highest priorities as an executive, a mother and an agent of change.

When Stephanie isn’t changing businesses, she’s changing lives. She’s is a pillar of the Atlanta Community, where she is a board member for the Atlanta Birth Center, a non-profit sanctuary that nurtures the lives of women and their families by providing a continuum of family-centered, holistic care surrounding the childbearing experience, Stephanie is also the founder of the Refugee Supper Club, which pairs recently resettled refugee families with American hosts for a supper club, benefiting refugee families, and is actively involved with the Atlanta Humane Society.