Meaningful Ageing CEO & Team

Rachael Wass

Chief Executive Officer -

MA Ageing (Global Pop Health), MA Com (Marketing), FCPM (Invited Fellow AMI)

Rachael is dedicated to making a difference to the quality of life of older Australians and believes there is a different future for our ageing population, one that puts humanity before profit and allows people to be seen, heard and supported with empathy, openness and compassion.

Rachael’s previous experience was Associate Director (Aged Care specialist), Management Consultancy for KPMG, a CEO and Founder of Business Strategic Planning Consultancy in aged care and medical devices industry. She joins the Meaningful Ageing Australia team with extensive Brand Product Leadership roles, including a solid foundation in Health Sales Account Management spanning over 25 years.

Based in inner Sydney, Rachael is a carer and spiritual practitioner and her passions include learning about indigenous culture, meditation and philosophy, pilgrimages and the power of song.

Jacquie Molloy

Senior Projects and Leadership Communication -

BA (Hons), Grad Dip Arts Management Jacquie comes to Meaningful Ageing Australia with more than three decades of experience as a corporate communications strategist, executive coach & consultant, starting with her 8 years at McKinsey & Company. Jacquie ran her own business for more than 20 years, speaking at professional events and coaching and developing CEOs, Boards and Executive Teams in the areas of leadership communications, servant leadership, executive presence and women’s visibility in leadership. She is also a stage trained actor, which has allowed her to develop deeper speaking and storytelling skills as well as bring a sense of play to work. She’s an avid reader. But her big love in this life — and her portal to contemplate and experience spirituality and connectedness — is animals and the wild places they live.
Marnie Kay

Office Administrator/EA to CEO

BA (Sustainable Development & Community Development) Marnie has many years of experience supporting businesses in the corporate and not for profit sector. Her experience spans HR, project support, office management, EA/PA roles, and general administration. She has been lucky enough to work in Canada, the UK, and USA. After spending many years overseas working and traveling, Marnie is very happy to be home in the city she loves, Melbourne. Marnie cares deeply about sustainability, nature, and supporting local communities. Yoga and meditation have become part of her daily routine, which she finds immensely helpful for physical and mental health.