University of Western Australia
B.A. M. Ec (Industrial Relations), M. Comm (Applied Psychology), MBA, Ph.D. (Organisational Behaviour), Dip. Ed.
Chief Executive Women Foundation Member
Professor Still is an Emeritus Professor of the UWA Business School. The University of Western Australia. Prior to her retirement she was Director of the Centre for Women and Business and a Professorial Fellow within the Graduate School of Management between 1998 and 2007. She spent over 25 years in academia, rising from the level of Lecturer in Marketing to Dean, Faculty of Commerce, university of Western Sydney, Nepean, and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Edith Cowan University. She was the first woman Dean of a Faculty of business/ Commerce in Australia, a post she held for nine and a half years.
Her working experience covered manufacturing, retailing, commonwealth and State Public Service and University teaching.
She also held a number of board appointments, including being Chairperson of the Western Sydney Area health Service and the Occupational Health, Safety and Rehabilitation Council of New South Wales. She was A Director of the Australian Dairy Corporation, The Meat Research Corporation, the National Training Council, the Australian institute of Management (WA Division), President of the Women's Advisory council of WA, and Deputy Chair and Acting Chair of the Governing Council of the West Coast College of TAFE.
She has published ten books and monographs, as well as numerous articles and conference papers. She was the founding editor of two international journals, and sat on four international editorial boards.
Leonie is listed in Who's Who in Australia and the Business Who's Who of Australia. In 2000 she was made Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management for services to management, management research and management education, and in 2003 was awarded the Governor General's Centenary Medal for services to the Australian community through business leadership.
She is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Classics at the University of Western Australia.