Sheena graduated from the Australian National University with a double degree in Bachelor of Music (2019) and Bachelor of Languages (2021), majoring in Classical Piano Performance and Japanese Language. She also completed minors in Music Theory and Aural Skills, as well as Korean Language. During her studies, she received training in Classical Piano from esteemed professors such as Marcela Fiorillo, Mike Cheng-Yu Lee, Edward Neeman, and Kotaro Nagano. In addition to piano, Sheena is also skilled in playing the Chinese harp (Guzheng).
As an AMEB Classically trained pianist, Sheena has over nine years of teaching experience in AMEB Classical Piano and Theory. She takes joy in providing private lessons and occasionally accompanies students for AMEB Instrumental Examinations. Sheena has showcased her musical abilities at notable events, including the 2015 Canberra Nara Candle Festival and the 2018 ANU School of Music Piano Studio Debussy recital, honouring the 100th death anniversary of Claude Debussy, the renowned French composer. She has also performed multiple times with the ANU Chamber Choir under the direction of Tobias Cole.
Currently, Sheena is pursuing a Masters in Secondary Teaching at the University of Canberra, specialising in Music and Japanese Teaching. She previously contributed to teaching and organizing events for Japanese classes at Gungahlin College, where she also completed her studies. Sheena's dedication to Japanese language learning is evident in her exceptional performance on the ACER Language competency tests, where she achieved High Distinctions. Additionally, she further enhanced her language skills through a short-term exchange program at Akita International University in 2019, where she studied Advanced Japanese Language.