- Designation: Principal and CEO
- Company: Australian School of Accounting
Coralie Morrissey is currently based in Sydney as the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian School of Accounting.
Coralie was previously the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Institute of Higher Education, a private higher education provider based in Sydney and Melbourne. During her time with AIH she achieved 7 year re-registration with no conditions as well as 7 years no conditions for 10 new post graduate qualifications and 7 new undergraduate courses.
Prior to that Coralie was based in Melbourne as the President Asia Pacific of LCI Education, a Canadian based education network that has 22 higher education campuses in 12 countries. Originally from Western Australia she has built a reputation for innovation and building programs that lead to employable outcomes for students, fostering commercial and industry relationships along the way.
Her work experience includes Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business and Hospitality at THINK Education Group (a division of Laureate International Universities) based in Sydney, and Swinburne University of Technology in Victoria as the Executive Director of the Centre for Engineering, Technology and Trades. Prior to that Coralie was Executive Dean of the Faculty of Technical and Trades Innovation at Victoria University where she lead the faculty in the development and delivery of vocational education products and services on campus and in industry, nationally and internationally. Prior to settling in Melbourne Coralie was the General Manager of Training at Swan TAFE (Polytechnic West) where she was instrumental in developing partnerships with industry and community through a range of projects that gained national and international recognition.