Dr Char-Lee Moyle

Senior Project Management Consultant

Dr Char-Lee Moyle

About Char-lee

Char-lee is highly knowledgeable consultant who has considerable expertise in grant writing, tourism strategy and planning, economic impact analyses, econometric modelling, data mining, survey design, stakeholder consultation, project management and training. She is a highly skilled researcher proficient in statistical software packages including STATA, R, SAS and Leximancer.

Char-lee provides support to Councils through Peak Services, particularly relating to grant writing, tourism and economic development, innovation and entrepreneurship, emerging industries and cost benefit analysis.

Key Experience

Work with CSIRO & DES

Defining Queensland’s New Smarts.

Work with DSDTI

Measuring and Accelerating Australian Entrepreneurial Dynamism. Innovation Metrics Mid-Career Research Fellowship.

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Financing Programs

Department of Innovation and Tourism Industry Development (DITID) - Evaluating the Effectiveness of Financing Programs for Startups and Scale-ups: The Advance Queensland Program Evaluation.

Involved with Longitudinal Benefits & Impacts Study on Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Development Project

Department of Innovation and Tourism Industry Development (DITID) - Longitudinal Benefits & Impacts Study on Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Development Project – Phase 2. Tourism and Business Returns Study

Involved with MIT programs

Department of Innovation and Tourism Industry Development (DITID) - The Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program: Team Queensland. Queensland Connects Program.

Involved with Roma Saleyards Multi-Purpose Precinct Development

Roma Saleyards Multi-Purpose Precinct Development: Business Case, Cost Benefit Analysis and Merit Criteria. Maranoa Regional Council.

Involved with reviving Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory

Revitalising the Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory, Murweh Shire
Council.

Involved with APEC Tourism Working Group

Developing the Tourism Workforce of the Future in the APEC Region, APEC Tourism Working Group

Tourism Labour Market Analysis work

Tourism Labour Market Analysis for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, GOLDOC

Gold Coast Tourism work

Gold Coast Tourism Marketing Expenditure, Gold Coast Tourism

Gap Analysis with Indigenous Businesses Australia

Demand and Supply Issues in Indigenous Tourism: A Gap Analysis, Indigenous Businesses Australia & the RET Indigenous Tourism Working Group

Core Capacity

  • Tourism & Economic Development
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Emerging industries
  • Metrics development
  • Cost Benefit Analysis

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Hotel Management
  • Bachelor of Business (Honours I) majoring in Financial Economics and Event Management
  • PhD in Tourism Economics