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Sheryle Moon

Sheryle Moon is the General Manager with Manpower Services Australia responsible for the Defence Force Recruiting Organisation. DFR is responsible for the recruitment of all full time and part time uniformed services people in the Australian Defence Forces. Sheryle is responsible for an organisation of 500 people across Australia, comprised of uniformed ADF staff and Manpower staff.

Sheryle is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and is a non-executive Director for a number of public and private sector organisations. She is the Strategic technology advisor to CrimTrac a joint initiative of state and federal policing and Attorney's General to apply information and other technologies to solving crime, catching criminals and ensuring a safe and secure Australia.

Other boards include the Enterprise and Career Education Foundation, the Australian Science Festival, the Royal Australian Navy Central Canteens Board and Wildtwo Pty Ltd (a knowledge services company).

Sheryle is the author of "SelfScape - Success through Balance", a practical guide to implementing six success strategies. She is also the author of the "SET for Life Report". The report highlights issues around the continuing gender gap in students looking to careers in the ICT industries.

Sheryle has held senior executive positions in a number of multi-national technology organisations. She was VP with Computer Services Corporation, Managing Partner with Andersen Contracting and Managing Director of Azimuth during her 21 years in the IT industry. She commenced her IT experience with IBM in 1981 working in Australia and in the USA.

Sheryle is an adjunct professor at the University of Canberra, attached to the National Institute of Governance. She is an Honorary Ambassador for the ACT and a foundation ambassador for the Honouring Women initiative of the Federal Government. In 1999 she was named Australian Business Woman of the Year and she was inducted into the Business Women's Hall of Fame in 2000.

Sheryle lives in Canberra. She is married with three children.

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