Anne Gleeson brings insights from her diverse accounting career to her role as a lecturer in Business and Accounting at Flinders University.
Ms Gleeson worked as a Management Accountant, Commercial Manager and State Finance Manager in private industry over the course of a decade before moving into academia.
She has taught a wide range of economics and accounting topics at undergraduate and postgraduate level over more than 15 years and has been responsible for developing teaching materials which are now used in a wide range of contexts.
Ms Gleeson is a member of the advisory board for the capstone Global Strategy and Leadership subject of the CPA accreditation course and has conducted research into aspects of sustainable Indigenous economic development. Her current research interests are in improving teaching and learning in higher education, building international competencies in higher education students, pre-requisite skills for higher education skills and efficacy of different teaching and learning practices. She also researches professional skill development in students and early career accountants.
She has completed a Master of Business Administration and is a Certified Practicing Accountant.
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