Frances Molloy is a business leader, campaigner, board chair, mother and chief executive of registered independent charity Health@Work, the parent company of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter. For nearly 30 years Frances has worked with a number of public bodies and organisations, always with the aim of improving people’s lives and encouraging positive change.
As chief executive, Frances has played a key role in the ongoing development of both Health@Work and the Workplace Wellbeing Charter. She has strategic oversight of the core functions of the charity and has seen its offering grow to incorporate training programmes, as well as the national operation of the Workplace Wellbeing Charter.
A mum of three, Frances devotes much of her free time leading the Tyred campaign, which is calling for a change in the law on the age of tyres on buses and coaches, following the tragic loss of her son Michael. She is also chair of the Rare School of Performing Arts, and recently helped to set up the Michael Molloy scholarship, which aims to empower young musicians to pursue their dream career in the music industry.
Further to this, Frances also sits on the Roy Castle Development Board, and plays an active role in the development of businesses and the business sector in the Liverpool City Region.