Elizabeth More AM

Professor Elizabeth More is Dean Australian Institute of Management (AIM) School of Business. Her academic qualifications include a BA (Hons) (UNSW), GradDipMgt (Central Queensland), MComLaw (Deakin), and a PhD (UNSW).

Professor More is a past president of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, and of the Australian Communication Association. She also has extensive experience in consulting to both private and public sector organisations, has worked in executive education, and has been called upon for expert media comment on issues related to management practice and education.

Before becoming a university academic, she worked as a classical ballet dancer in theatre, television and the advertising industry. She won the the former Scully-Borovansky scholarship to the Royal Ballet and in England was winner of the Silver Medal in the Genee Ballet competitions. Her academic career spans the key roles of Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Macquarie and Canberra universities; Director of the Macquarie University Graduate School of Management (MGSM), and Managing Director of MGSM Pty Ltd; Chair of Academic Senate at Macquarie University; Foundation Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business at the Australian Catholic University (ACU); Professor of Management and MBA and Research Director at the MGSM; and Academic Director of Macquarie University’s City Campus.

Professor More’s impressive academic achievements were acknowledged in the Queen’s Birthday 2005 Honours List, when she received the award of Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for service to education, particularly in the fields of communication, management and organisational change. She is currently the Chair of Flourish Australia (previously RichmondPRA), NSW Councillor of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Chair of Ausdance NSW and a board member of Shaun Parker & Co Dance Company.



Meet Ausdance National Vice President Elizabeth More

Ausdance National has a new National Council made up of highly experienced and skilled individuals who have taken charge of your national peak body and are continuing its work. Hear from the National Vice President on how she got started in dance, and why she believes a national dance advocacy organisation is important for Australian dance.