Sheree is a passionate advocate for all things Tasmanian – she was born in Tasmania, educated at the University of Tasmania and worked for the Tasmanian Department of Education and when she moved into other Executive positions chose to fly in and out of Tasmania rather than relocate to the mainland to fulfil work commitments.

Sheree is a highly experienced Executive having successfully led, managed, and advocated for, many complex organisations in the public sector, not- for profit, professional associations, private sector and community development.

Sheree is currently a director for the Cradle Coast Authority, Chair of the Regional Economic Development Steering Group, a recently appointed member of the University Council, Executive Secretary for the International Confederation of Principals as well as working as a private consultant and providing pro bono support for a number of community organisations.

In 2017 received an Australia Medal (AM) in recognition of her significant service to secondary education, professional leadership and educational administration association and youth.