News Update Presenter - Seven Queensland
News is a very big part of Rosanna Natoli’s life and it has always been. She wanted to be involved in television news since she was a young girl.
“I love the adrenalin rush of a late breaking story. Whether it’s a hard hitting exclusive or heart wrenching story, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of news writing.
“People are always stopping me in the street to talk about the news. They are fascinated by it,” Rosanna said. “It’s obviously important to them.”
Rosanna Natoli was born in Bundaberg, however her family moved to Brisbane where she grew up. She has a Bachelor of Science, majoring in psychology and a Graduate Diploma in Communication – Journalism. Rosanna achieved excellent results.
She began working as a journalist for Sunshine Television News (now Seven Local News) in Bundaberg, then Maryborough, before gaining a position in Maroochydore. There she became a presenter.
Currently she is combining her role with motherhood. Her first daughter Ruby, was born in January, 2002, her second, Mia was born in July 2004 with son Roman born in April 2006.
She also teaches at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Journalism. Her students love her hands-on approach and the way she weaves her experience into her workshops.
Rosanna and her husband, Joe Natoli enjoy eating out and collecting art, mostly Australian artists. Their collection includes oils, pastels and watercolours, along with modern glass and metallic sculptures.