Sheryle Moon has spent the past 25 years of her career in “C” suite (Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operations Officer) level positions, in private sector ASX listed and Fortune 500 companies, as well as the Non Profit sector across a variety of industries including ICT, retail and construction.
Previous roles include Global CRO of payment services provider eWAY, CEO of the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the Australian Institute of Project Management, the Australasian Association of Convenience Stores and the National Association of Women in Construction, Vice President of Computer Sciences Corporation, and Managing Partner with Andersen Consulting, now Accenture.
Sheryle was the Global program owner for front end applications for Fortune 500 company Manpower and the Australia and New Zealand President for ASX listed Ross Human Directions. She currently works for Centify (Matt Bullock’s new start-up in Canberra after his sale of eWAY for $50m) and is the CEO of Strathnairn Arts Association.
In 2014 Sheryle and her husband opened a Gallery in Santa Fe in the USA. In 2015 Sheryle identified new lines of business for the Gallery including online art sales through FaceBook, Instagram, and Pinterest. Her use of Instagram for business led to the Gallery featuring in two television shows, a Canadian Travel Show and a local Santa Fe tourist advertisement.
Sheryle’s business savvy led to her being appointed as Treasurer to the Santa Fe Gallery Association, and to the local Lensic Performing Centre, the local Branch of American Cancer Society and as a Business Mentor for the New Mexico Department of Economic Development and their BizMix Incubator mentoring start-up organisations in Santa Fe. Sheryle maintains a small portfolio of clients to whom she provides business coaching services.
Since returning to Australia Sheryle has been working as the Chief Evangelist for an App Development company called Spinify who launched their product at Dreamforce in October 2016. Sheryle managed the product development and marketing/sales environment.
In 1999, Sheryle was named Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year, and a year later was inducted into the Business Women's Hall of Fame. She has a Bachelor of Economics and a number of postgraduate qualifications, including a Masters of Management in Technology. She has attended various executive courses including at IMD in Lausanne and at Oxford University. She was inducted into the ANU Hall of Fame for her contribution to Australian Business prosperity and the ICT industry.
She was previously an Adjunct Professor attached to the Governance Institute at the University of Canberra, a member of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Industry Advisory Board, a member of the ACT Government Women’s Advisory Board and a Non-Executive Director for private sector organisations. Her expertise and experience of women in male dominated industries is recognized by her inclusion on multiple boards advising state and federal governments in Australia.
She continues to sit on the Board of the Freilich Foundation which seeks to address discrimination issues across the globe. In 2001, she was recognized by Prime Minister John Howard, as one of the twenty most influential women in Australia and included in the Foundation program for Honoring Women.
Sheryle is an author and has published two books. The first in 2001 is a treatise on the attitudes of young Australians towards careers and jobs in the Science Engineering and Technology sectors. SET for Life provided a number of recommendations to government and industry to develop solutions to the attraction of young people into these industries which underpin prosperity in Australia. Her second book, SelfScape, describes practical strategies for achieving success and life/work balance in today’s hectic world.