Management and Administration Support Team

Committed to sustaining a vibrant and professional workplace that attracts and retains high performing individuals.

Sheena Kearsey

Sheena Kearsey

Practice Manager

Sheena brings almost 20 years experience in the banking industry to the management of Burke & Mead. Sheena has steered the firm through 6 years of consistent growth and is the engine that drives the firm ever forward.

Sheena ensures that our practice continues to grow and operate efficiently. Like all true finance geeks she gets very excited by numbers, spreadsheets and reports – but unlike the stereotype, she takes a very personal and hands on approach with the entire team. We think that she is literally one in a million for her ability to bring great warmth and humanity to, well… numbers.

As a mother of three and fierce and passionate player of netball, Sheena knows how to achieve a goal and have fun doing it. This makes her a sought after member of the team and critical to the success of our firm.

Venita Bell

Venita Bell


With a broad range experience in Customer Service & Client Support roles in both the public and private sector,  Venita is a perfect fit in our front of house Team.

Venita will be the first person you speak to if you call or visit our office and you will find her nothing but professional and efficient.

She has a strong focus on improving business practices with a view to enhance client experiences and has a genuine interest in people, making it easy to feel at ease and welcome when you are around her.

In her spare time she enjoys theatre, music and art but her real passion is about time with family and friends.

Lucas Amery

Lucas Amery

Administration Support Dude

Lucas has extensive experience in the legal services industry and the team relies on him for everything from transcription and file management to fixing that annoying glitch with their computer.

Lucas is our resident techno-geek and is an excellent researcher and passionate gamer.

Latest Management Posts

Law change eases access to occupational cancer compensation for NSW firefighters

Firefighters face many dangers in their line of work. So much so, you’d be forgiven for not listing a risk of cancer among the first few that spring to mind. Unfortunately, occupational cancer, caused by the inhalation of carcinogens, has been shown to be...