Sally Anne has a Masters of Asian Studies and vast experience gained from years of living and working in Asia. She is also an experienced facilitator and uses her real life examples to engage her delegates.
Sally Anne’s career started in London with the Financial Times Group where she ultimately held a senior sales management position.
She then moved to Asia where she again worked in the media industry, including Regional Business Manager for the
Far Eastern Economic Review (FEER). Owned by Dow Jones, this monthly magazine was considered an authority on economic, political and business issues in the Asia Pacific region.
Once Sally Anne moved to Sydney she had major consultancy roles with News limited, Thomson Reuters and ThyssenKrupp Elevators. Her most recent clients include: BT Investment Management, Sun Rice, Marsh and Roche
Sally Anne is currently the course coordinator for the Post graduate Cross Cultural Management Program at The University of Sydney. She also runs programs for major Australian universities that help both students and staff adjust to cultural difference. She has recently had the following publication accepted from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM): Gaunt, S A 2016, ‘Unit 5: Cultural differences and international business’, in MNGT6582 International business, Australian Graduate School of Management, UNSW Business School, Sydney. In 2013 Sally Anne published a case study in Asia-Pacific Business Cases Dynamics of International Business Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
Sally Anne has also lectured or run cultural awareness programs for UNSW, International College of Management, Charles Sturt University and Curtin University. She has presented for the Australian Institute of Management and Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). She also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Vocational and Workplace Learning.