Introducing Dorothy Rosewell the Patron of CCLO

Dorothy has had a varied career – freelance commercial artist – store demonstrations – retail selling – an advertising agency partnership and in 1959 opened Rosewell Real Estate in Woollahra. In 1963 she was the first female member of the Board of Management of the Real Estate Institute of NSW and has represented Women in Real Estate at FIABCI World Congresses in London, Madrid, San Francisco, Sydney and Athens and travelled extensively around Australia.

Dorothy specialised in selling terrace houses in the Paddington – Woollahra area of Sydney and with innovative ideas extended her interests selling properties in Spain, Marinas in Sydney Harbour and million acre farm holdings in the Northern Territory. In 1977 Dorothy hosted the weekly television program “A Home Affair” on Channel 10 promoting the Real Estate Industry and Home Improvements.

Her main sporting interests have been water skiing, tennis, car rallies, travel and adventure. In 1989 Dorothy moved to Jilliby where she established a boutique Cashmere goat farm. Her farm and Cashmere goat interests ceased in 2009 when she took up other life options.

Dorothy has previously served on the Board of CCLO at various times over the past 12 years and is currently on the non-Board position of member on the Building Committee of CCLO.

Dorothy was elevated to the position of “Patron” of CCLO on the 6th November 2014 in recognition of her invaluable and continued support for the organisation.

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