Marguerite Kelly is a Senior Research Associate in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Western Sydney University. She has worked on various social, psychological and public health projects across a range of areas including: homelessness, gender and sexuality, body image, mental health, and education. Marguerite is passionate about social justice and fostering social well-being across the lifespan. She is experienced in both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Marguerite particularly enjoys researching people’s daily lived experiences to deconstruct dominant discourses and create momentum for social change. She is an experienced counsellor and has worked with many diverse groups and populations. Marguerite is currently working on multiple projects in the ageing, and death and dying fields, seeking to explore what it means to age and die well in both our current and imagined social landscapes. Marguerite’s published works include a book chapter and several peer-reviewed Journal Articles.