Born to Julius Caesar and Helen Veronica Re in Mount Lawley, Western Australia.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in environmental science from Curtin University.
Is the manager of health and building inspections for the State Government of Western Australia through 1982.
Is maintenance manager, noise and meat inspector for regional and metropolitan councils for the State Government of Western Australia through 1982.
Is the noise and meat inspector for regional and metropolitan councils for the State Government of Western Australia through 1982.
Is an auditor and inspector of research, project management and teaching for the Dept. of Health and Education for the State Government of Western Australia.
Is a lecturer, teacher and presenter for the state government and private industries and presently maintains this role.
Earns a graduate diploma in education from Murdoch University.
Is a teacher and lecturer of workshops and presentations for TAFE Schools/University and presently maintains this role.
Is a council member of The Royal Automobile Club of WA (Inc.) in Australia through 2017.
Works as an inspector of environmental health/sustainability for the state government of Western Australia through 2013.
Is a keynote speaker at the National Indigenous Domestic Violence Conference in Queensland, Australia.
Is an environmental health and sustainability consultant, councillor, and a senior consultant at Elizabeth Re Consultancy.
Writes the conference paper “Sustainability Challenges in the Prison System” for the SmartCities Expo World Forum in Sydney Australia.