Sheryle Moon

$3,500-$5,000
NSW, Australia
Sheryle Moon is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the peak body for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry in Australia.

AIIA is recognised both nationally and internationally as the industry's leading lobby group, representing almost 500 Australian member companies that employ 100,000 Australians and have combined exports of more than $2 billion.

Sheryle joined AIIA in November 2006. She has worked in the ICT sector for more than 25 years in senior leadership positions including Vice President of Computer Sciences Corporation, and a managing partner with Accenture. Prior to her role at AIIA, Sheryle was Director of Recruitment and Staffing Solutions, Australasia for employment services provider, Manpower Services Australia.

In 1999, Sheryle was named Australian Business Woman of the Year, and she sits on a number of Australian Government advisory boards. She has a Bachelor of Economics and a number of postgraduate qualifications, including a Masters of Management in Technology.

As CEO of AIIA, Sheryle is responsible for guiding the Association on:
  • Public policy including skills issues, the information economy, international relations and exports,
  • Lobbying and working with governments around Australia,
  • Membership services, marketing and events,
  • Standards development and implementation, and
  • Relationship management.


  • AIIA sets the strategic direction of the ICT industry. AIIA:
  • Influences federal and state governments to provide an internationally competitive operating environment with greater opportunities for local companies and an attractive foreign investment climate.
  • Stages the iAwards, the ICT Industry's most prestigious awards program, which provides a showcase for many of Au'tralia's ICT success stories and recognises the entrepreneurial spirit of industry.
  • Engages the industry in almost 100 events across Australia each year, which bring together business leaders, government, media and other stakeholders to discuss the ICT industry's most pressing issues.
  • Provides member companies with business productivity tools, advisory services and market intelligence to accelerate their business growth.

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