Sheryle Moon

Sheryle Moon

Sheryle Moon is the Founder of indieOn, a USA based startup disrupting the film and music distribution sector using blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. 

Her former roles include Managing Partner with Andersen Consulting (Accenture), Director with Manpower and CEO with a number of Associations, including the Australian Information Industries Association. She has worked and mentored others in the start-up environment in Australia and the USA. Sheryle established a successful Art and Event precinct in Santa Fe, NM, USA.

Sheryle completed her Economics Degree at Sydney University before undertaking her Masters of Management at ANU. She has completed a number of post graduate executive MBA courses including at Said Business School, Oxford and IMD in Lausanne.

Sheryle has been a Non-executive Director for Federal and ACT Government Boards in Australia and Santa Fe and New Mexico based Boards in the USA. Of note is her role as IT Strategic Advisor to Crimtrac, her role with the Santa Fe Gallery Association and the New Mexico Economic Development Department, her position with the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science Industry Advisory Board and her work with numerous government boards for advancing women in non-traditional career choices, gender and pay equity.

Sheryle is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Human Resources. She was the Telstra Australian Businesswoman of the Year in 1999, named as one of the 20 Most Influential Women in Australia by Prime Minister John Howard in 2001 and in 2006 was inducted into the ANU College of Business and Economics Alumni Hall of Fame.

Sheryle is a published author including  “Set for Life Report” Canberra, 2001, “SelfScape – Success Through Balance” Canberra, 2002,“What’s Up with Generation Y”, Sydney 2005, “Balance at Work” AIM Book 2008.

Her professional interests include building high performing individuals and organisations in a politically, economically, technologically and digitally disruptive world.