Reece started campaigning for Greenpeace in 2008, excited by the prospect of tackling environmental issues on a global scale.
After forsaking a promising career in law (and much to his family’s dismay), Reece became an environmental activist and campaigner for a number of organisations. He most recently worked with The Wilderness Society, an experience that continues to test his allegiances when two organisations
meet on the soccer field.
He has led a variety of campaigns for Greenpeace. These include a successful push to ban the import of illegal timber, exposing corporations profiting from the destruction of orangutan habitat and advancing effective recycling programs in Australia to reduce plastic pollutions. in our oceans.
Reece continues to be motivated by his love of nature, his partner and his ridiculously cute daughter.
“Whether I’m climbing up a building dressed as a penguin or working out logistics on an excel spreadsheet, I love my job. I know I'm incredibly fortunate to be in a position where I get to have a crack at saving the world (or just a piece of it) every day. One email or penguin suit at a time!"