Rosanna got her start rebuilding old racing cars with her father in the English countryside. Surrounded by agriculture, she became fascinated with production and infrastructure. At Duke, she took her first robotics and computer science courses, which kicked off a career in software development. Her work has taken her from the jungles of Costa Rica to the electronics markets of China, inspiring her to build scalable tools that serve humanity. At Carbon, Rosanna built the original software and co-invented core sensing and training technologies.
Rosanna was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 and has been featured in the New York Times, Bloomberg, Recode, Inc Magazine, The Atlantic, The Guardian, TechCrunch, IEEE, the Robotics Business Review, and several others.