Clare Le Roy has a diverse professional and educational background spanning the arts, health and education sectors. She began her professional life as a musician and holds a Bachelor of Music from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and a Master of Music from the Royal College of Music in London.
Within arts management, Clare has held positions with the European Union Youth Orchestra, and artist agency, Robert Gilder and Co (in London). On her return to Australia she worked in copyright and royalties management before moving into health policy. She completed a Master of Public Policy in 2007. Clare has more recently held senior management roles at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians where she was involved in business management, strategic planning, policy development, government liaison and professional development in the higher education sector.
In 2010 Clare co-founded Teamsolve, a consulting company that designs and delivers solutions to the higher and professional education, arts, creative industries, government and not for profit sectors. Teamsolve differentiates itself in the consulting arena through its commitment to the principles of social responsibility. Clare is also currently completing a PhD at Macquarie University where her research is focused on how social responsibility is conceptualised and operationalised in the higher education sector. As such she brings a strong evidence base in areas such as stakeholder management, community engagement, boundary spanning and organisational learning and change.