Rachel is a Director of Daniel Teo Group of Companies – a Real Estate Investment, Development and Management Company based in Singapore and founded by her father Mr Daniel Teo – a Singaporean philanthropist, a real estate developer and architect.
An entrepreneur in her own right, Rachel started 222 Queen St Pte Ltd – a company established with the intent of curating a visual and performing arts centre within the Bras Basah Bugis (BBB) Arts Heritage and Culture precinct. Current business focus are mainly property related and includes investment into residential, commercial, as well as healthcare in specific eldercare and hospitality in countries like Australia, Germany, Malaysia, UK and USA. Most recently, Rachel has taken 408 Joo Chiat Place, and transforming it as an Arts, Dance and Drama Centre.
Having a keen interest in the visual arts, Rachel is presently an Advisory Board member of the Asian Civilisations Museum and Director of The Private Museum - a non-profit organisation established by the Teo family which encourages art collectors to come forward to share their collection with the public, as well as providing an alternative platform for artists.
Rachel has a long association with the University of Melbourne, and currently sits on the board of the Alumni Council, since 2012. She was past President and ongoing committee member of the University of Melbourne Alumni Association Singapore since 2006. Most recently, Rachel has been made a member of the Asian Advisory Board (AAB) of the University of Melbourne and also board and committee member of Trinity College’s Pathways School Business Committee (PSBC).