Rebecca completed her Masters in International Rural Development and Sustainable Agriculture at the Royal Agricultural College in Gloucestershire, UK during which she focused on food security and a sustainable food future. Rebecca’s obsession with food began in Italy, so it followed course that she would become interested in the Slow Food Movement in which she spent years working with them in the UK organising events, campaigns and of course eating.

Rebecca Sullivan is a veritable modern day Mrs Beeton. -Wish Magazine

After a decade working overseas, she has re-settled back in Australia and has launched The Granny Skills Movement – a community-supported movement that aims to protect the skills, heritage and traditions of our elders. As well as this she consults to organisations, running events, catering, education and strategy work in and around the food, environment and lifestyle sectors and sustainability and teaches part of the Food Entrepreneurship degree at Le Cordon Bleu Australia. Here her focus is ethical food and wine business as well as how to be a food entrepreneur.

Rebecca’s is currently writing four new books to be released in 2018. Her second book, ’The Art of the Natural Home,’ came out in May 2017. ‘Like Grandma Used to Make’, her first book came out in April 2013 with a huge amount of great press including being listed in the top ten books for Mothers Day in The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and Woman’s Day. Wish Magazine in The Australian has called her ” A veritable modern day Mrs Beeton.” In 2012, Rebecca signed on as a presenter on Love to Share on the TEN Network in Australia, has appeared regularly on Channel TEN’s The Circle and Breakfast Shows, as well as Channel Nine’s Morning and TODAY show. She is a popular presenter for her simple dishes, great advise and wonderful ideas for simple sustainable ideas we can all try at home. Rebecca is also an OZ Harvest, BALL USA Ambassador and writes for SBS Food, Broadsheet, CityMag, SA Gardens, Sweet, Alquemie, NITV, ABC Organic Gardener and Delicious UK to name a few.