Service & Advice

With his Booming movement and inspiring messages and stories of ageing successfully, Marcus Riley is Australia’s foremost positive ageing expert. Bringing two decades of experience and seniority of positions in local, national and global ageing bodiesincluding the United Nations, Marcus offers both a depth of wisdom and a refreshing positivity to all speaking and consultative engagements.  

Marcus Riley with Channel Nine's David Campbell and Sonia Kruger

Alongside regular national engagements, Marcus regularly addresses major forums on ageing at the UN. He is a contributor to several UN working and stakeholder groups, all aimed to promote and advocate for the rights of older people globally.  

Whether you want to engage Marcus as a speaker for a large corporate event or as an expert facilitator for engaging workshops and think tanks, Marcus is skilled at meeting the needs of all clients and delivering presentations that boom with impact. 

Speaking events 

A very engaging and down-to-earth speaker, Marcus uses his extensive knowledge and experience to bring out the best in his audience. Delivering a strong and deliverable message on positive ageing, Marcus can inspire and motivate any audience. 

As a regular contributor and presenter to the UN among other major forums, Marcus is expert in and available for the full spectrum of speaking engagements, including keynote, guest, virtual, webinar and motivational speaking. Marcus excels at tailoring his educational and inspiring speeches to meet the needs of all of his audiences.   

Speaking topics include: 

Ageing – Ageing well – Positive ageing – Aged care – Retirement planning – Inclusion – Lifestyle factors – Caring for our elders – Ageism – Choice in ageing – Rethinking ageing  


Marcus is available to facilitate workshops and think tanks around ageing, aged care, planning for later stages of life and all related topics. He can facilitate workshops across the full positive ageing spectrumlead discussions between different groups and bodiesor he can bring together different departments from within the same organisations to ensure more cohesive policies, practices and plans are established.