Sheree Gregory attended RMIT University, where she was awarded a PhD (Work, Employment and Organisations, 2011), and the University of Newcastle where she was awarded a BA (Hons) (Legal Anthropology and Sociology, 2002) and BA (Sociology and Anthropology 2000). In 2018, she serves as an invited appointment on the Talent Flows Sub-committee, Department of Industry, Innovation and Productivity Council – NSW Government, Australia, the board of the International Small Business Journal (ISBJ), SAGE, the School of Business committee for Research and Higher Degrees, and elected onto the board of Crack Theatre and Performance Arts Festival.
Most of her reserach is mixed-methods and concerns the factors that shape and influence decision-making and outcomes among workplaces, households and communities for employment transitions, work/life balance, equality, leadership and entrepreneurship succession planning. She has published artciles on gender inequality, employment, time-use and decision-making about entrepreneurship, and return to work in several journals, including Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Media International Australia, World Journal of Management, International Journal of the Humanities, Outskirts: Feminisms along the edge, Annals of Leisure Research, and is joint-editor of two books on Women and Work (RMIT University, 2007; 2006).
2016 Women's Fellowship at Western Sydney University; 2015 Excellence in teaching, The School of Management, RMIT University; 2013 Swinburne University of Technology Dean's Lecture in the Faculty of Life and Social Science