Rachel Corbett has a partner, however, the businesswoman is quite hush about it.
Rachel Corbett is a professional businesswoman who values her privacy and likes to keep her professional life and personal separate.
Any mentions of relationships are kept well into her personal life, thus if there are any mentions of her boyfriend/husband it has been kept a very tightly guarded topic or scarcely mentioned.
Rachel Corbett Age: Birthdate and Birthplace
Rachel Corbett was born on March 11, 1981, which makes her 40 years of age as of 2020. She was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Rachel attended Presbyterian Ladies’ College in Sydney and graduated from the University of Sydney, with the degree in Bachelor of Commerce as well as management in 2003, and the University of Technology, with a Diploma in Journalism.
Rachel Corbett: Partner Or Husband
Reportedly, Rachel Corbett was spotted with a boyfriend at a party recently.
In a similar vein, it was reported that Rachel Corbett and her paramour have been planning for a wedding for a while and that she thinks getting prepared for an engagement and wedding is not that harmful to their career. She was reported to be expecting to take their vows in maybe three years.
Allegedly, Rachel Corbett and her paramour have already met each other’s parents and both families are content with their choices. Additionally, they have already opened their joint bank accounts. (Source: Wiki Project)
Rachel Corbett: Career
Rachel Corbett has spent two decades working professionally in media, specializing in podcasting and radio.
Rachel Corbett has amassed many skills in her tenure.
The first half of her career was spent as a breakfast and drive host working for some of the biggest radio stations in Australia including Hit 104.1, Triple M Melbourne & Sydney, SAFM, SeaFM, and Nova 96.9 before moving her focus on to podcasting.
Rachel Corbett worked in front of the mic hosting and producing radio shows for some of the biggest networks in Australia and has been at the helm of over ten podcasts including Google Australia’s first podcast, Rethink.
From 2017 – 2020 she was Head of Podcasts for Mamamia, where she grew the network from 15 to over 35 shows, the team from two to nine producers, and quadrupled the audience to over 1 million unique listeners a month and over 90 million downloads.
— Rachel Corbett (@RachelCorbett) July 22, 2021
She won awards for some of the podcasts she built including ‘Best Use of Podcasts’ at the ‘Native Advertising Awards’ 2021 & 2020 for ‘That’s Incredible’ and ‘The Split’, Best Business & Marketing Podcast at the Australian Podcast Awards 2019 for ‘Lady Startup’ and Best Podcast of 2019 for ‘The Quicky’ at the Mumbrella Publish Awards 2019.
And she’s currently the Head of Podcasts for ‘Nova Entertainment’ where I’m building out their original podcast network creating shows like ‘The Space’ and ‘Brenda, Call Me!’.
Online Course Creator
Rachel Corbett created PodSchool, a comprehensive course one can take at their own leisure. The course introduces the students’ everything they need to know from creating a show, building an audience to bringing money to their pockets.
The course focuses on how to apply clever tips and tricks used by professionals to help connect with the audience, audio recording, and edits.
Rachel Corbett is a panelist and occasional host on Channel 10’s nightly news show, The Project, and have worked as a TV presenter on shows including Q&A, Have You Been Paying Attention, The Morning Show, Weekend Sunrise, The Verdict, The Today Show, Weekend Today, Paul Murray Live, and Studio 10.
I’ve also worked as a writer and my words have been read in The Huffington Post, The Daily Telegraph, News.com.au, Mamamia, The Collective, Problogger, and Body + Soul. (Source: Rachel Corbett)
Meet Rachel Corbett
Rachel Corbett goes by the username @_rachelcorbett, on Instagram.
She is also very active on her Twitter(@RachelCorbett)
You can find Rachel Corbett on Facebook @Rachel Corbett.
And every professional Businessman/Businesswoman needs a LinkedIn account, and you can find Rachel Corbett’s here.