Sheree Bass is the new Environmental Health Deputy Director for the Clayton County Health District. She graduated from Armstrong Atlantic State University (now Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus) with an AA in Liberal Studies (2006) and a BS in Biology (2008). Following graduation in 2008, Sheree began her professional career with Armstrong (Liberty Campus) as a Biology Lab Technician and Biology Lab Instructor. In the fall of 2012, she began her career as an Environmental Health Specialist with Glynn County Environmental Health Department in the Coastal Health District and was later promoted to the position of Program Manager of Facility Programs.
Some of Sheree’s notable accomplishments are having her undergraduate assisted research published in a scientific journal (Herpetology Notes), having participated in the Environmental Health Training Response Operations training in Anniston Alabama, and gaining an abundance of knowledge and certifications through her years of service.
Sheree is enthusiastic about her role as the District Environmental Health Deputy Director. She is eager to work alongside the wonderful staff of Clayton County Health District as well as the community of Clayton County.