Anna-Sheree embarked on her academic journey by earning a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Molecular Biology. Combining her passion for science with a strong desire to bridge the gap between knowledge and understanding, she further pursued a professional teaching degree. Catching the research bug, Sheree undertook a PhD at the University of Western Australia, focusing on the relationship between native invertebrates and their potential to serve as vectors for trypanosome parasites among Australian wildlife.
At CCDM, Sheree is the project coordinator for the GRDC supported Australian Fungicide Resistance Extension Network (AFREN 2) investment. Her role involves overseeing the development and dissemination of user-friendly extension materials, catering to growers, agronomists, and industry experts. These resources provide the latest research findings on fungicide resistance in Australia, ensuring the most up-to-date information is readily accessible to those who need it.