Dr. Sheree Gregory is a Lecturer in the School of Business, a School-based member of the Institute for Culture and Society, and recipient of a 2016 Women's Fellowship at Western Sydney University. Previously she was Lecturer in the School of Management at RMIT University, and ARC Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Swinburne Institute at Swinburne University of Technology.
Sheree is an Early Career Researcher published in international top-tier journals with expertise in
* Work/life balance,
* Work and families,
* Gender equality.
She has been awarded early career research grants from Western Sydney University, RMIT University, Swinburne University, and received invitations as keynotes speaker to industry conferences, and the 2013 Dean's lecture in Social Science at Swinburne University. In 2014, she received a teaching award from the College of Business at RMIT University, and has taught at the Singapore Institute of Management, University of Melbourne, La Trobe University. She sits on the editorial board of a leading international journal, Media International Australia (SAGE).
Sheree has worked on three prestigious Australian Research Council linkage grants, with industry partners GM Holden Ltd., Sydney Water, Pitcher Partners, and a range of arts organisations and councils. Her PhD research is promoted on the website of the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. She has worked on an international project (mining and gender equity in Thailand and Lao PDR) funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Aus Aid Scheme).
Her current empirical case study research includes:
(i) 'Managing work/caring in the entertainment industry' (with MEAA; Funded by 2014 School of Management ECR Grant RMIT University);
(ii) 'The barriers to women's participation in the cultural industries: Multiple perspectives' (with Deborah Stevenson; Funded by 2015 New Grant Scheme with the Institute for Culture and Society, and Western Sydney University 2016 Women's Fellowship);
(iii) 'Towards a new analytical framework - exploring the barriers to gender pay equity in the aged care sector' (with Meg Smith, Western Sydney University).
2016 Women's Fellowship at Western Sydney University; 2013 Swinburne University of Technology Dean's Lecture in the Faculty of Life and Social Science