Reece is an experienced public policy campaigner in government and non-government roles.
Previously, Reece worked with the Invasive Species Council on the successful campaign for a 10-year red fire ant eradication program. He was also involved in the early formation of Yellow Crazy Ant eradication efforts in the Townsville area.
Visits to infestation areas in Cairns and Townsville and living in the Brisbane fire ant biosecurity zone left a deep appreciation of the mounting impacts that little invaders have on every aspect of life.
Previously, Reece worked as a Ministerial Advisor on renewable energy in Queensland, on communications and campaigns at the Queensland National Parks Association, and with local members of parliament and candidates for public office at every level.
Reece holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Queensland University.
He works in Brisbane on the land of the Gubbi Gubbi and Turrbal people.