Pacific Magazines names Prevention’s Jacqui Mooney as editor of Women’s Health

Pacific Magazines has named Jacqui Mooney as editor of Women’s Health, replacing Felicity Harley who joined News Corp to lead the company’s as yet unnamed female content platform.

Jacquie Mooney

Jacqui Mooney named editor of Women’s Health

Mooney has previously worked as deputy editor of both Cleo and Dolly and as editor of Bride to Be and Weight Watchers and most recently she was editor of Prevention magazine which Pacific Magazines will cease to publish at the end of the year.

Jackie Frank, Pacific Magazines general manager of fashion, beauty and health, said: “I am thrilled to have someone of Jacqui’s calibre take over the reins of Women’s Health. Her insights and expertise over the health category will see the brand confidently steered into its next phase.

“Jacqui’s vision will provide new opportunities for Women’s Health and ensure its incredibly passionate community continues to grow and engage. Living a healthy lifestyle has become both a personal and professional passion for Jacqui – and there’s no better candidate for this role.”

Mooney said: “I’ve devoted the past decade to creating content that helps women lead happier, healthier lives and Women’s Health is second to none. I look forward to working with the incredibly talented team to create engaging content across a range of platforms and build on the momentum created by initiatives like Next Fitness Star, Fit Night Out and I Support Women in Sport.”

Mooney’s appointment is effective from December 5.


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