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Rachel Moss appointed as Projects Director

We are excited to announce that Rachel Moss will now be joining us as Projects Director on the Executive Board at Women in Games.

Rachel has worked for over 15 years making ideas happen in the broadcast, advertising, digital, and social content industries, leading teams responsible for the successful delivery of projects for high profile brands which include KitKat, Dove, Duracell, HSBC, Shell, BBC, Grolsch, Peroni, and BT.   She worked on some of the highest rating TV programs in Australia, was an early adopter of entertainment formats for online and has gone on to create award-winning work for BT, HSBC and the NHS to name a few. 

She built the successful social content studio PACE at JWT from the ground up,  which included rethinking approaches to production and creative work through industry change.  She is recognised as being a dynamic, passionate leader with strengths in strategy, production, leadership  and pushing innovation.

Rachel is a champion of new forms of storytelling at the intersection of new media, tech and culture. 

Rachel stated, “I am thrilled to be joining the Executive Board of Women in Games at a pivotal time for both the organisation and the industry.   Gaming continues to experience major mainstream growth and the creative potential of games is massive with 5G and AR on the horizon – women have a vital role to play in the evolution of the industry and in shaping the potential of games.   As Projects Director I will be focussing on supporting the many exciting collaborations and initiatives Women in Games have coming up in the pipeline and further developing the organisations collaborative work”. 

Marie Claire, CEO of Women in Games, commented “I am so pleased to announce Rachel Moss is joining the Women in Games Executive Board as Projects Director. Rachel has extensive knowledge and experience within the creative industries and played a big part in the successful delivery of the Women in Games Global Conference 2020, as Executive Producer. She has been a fully committed member of our Advisory Board and this move onto our Executive Board, to  contribute at a strategic level driving the numerous projects we are currently engaged with, is a huge gain for us. Welcome Rachel!

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