Rheeza was appointed the Member Country Representative for Trinidad and Tobago in 2019. She is Project Officer and part of the Anti-Doping Committee with the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) default NADO. As a member of the Marketing Team she is responsible for all athlete related programmes and services within the Olympic Committee. She took part in the Young Participants Diploma Programme in Olympia, Athens Greece in 2018 and completed the Sports Administration and the Sports Advance Certificate and Diploma Level at the TTOC in 2015. She was Chef De Mission for the Commonwealth Youth Games held in Bahamas in 2017 and part of the Ministry of Sport and Community Development’s 40Under40 Influencer Programme.
Rheeza represented Trinidad and Tobago in the sport of Indoor Volleyball for 15 years both locally and internationally. She won several awards throughout her sporting career, locally and regionally. She played professional volleyball in Azerbaijan and Poland and placed fifth in the Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualifiers in 2016.
She was a part of the creation of history for Trinidad and Tobago by competing in the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC Games), Commonwealth Games 2018 and Pan American Games in Lima, Peru in August 2019 in Beach Volleyball.
Rheeza grew up in the small Village of Sobo, in La Brea, South of Trinidad.
She attended the Brighton Anglican Primary, the Point Fortin West, Pleasantville Senior Comprehensive and the Barrackpoore West Secondary School. In 2011 and 2012 she captained the volleyball team while pursuing the Academy of Sports and Leisure scholarship at the University of the Trinidad and Tobago. She graduated in 2012 having studied Computer Engineering (Networking). She is currently pursuing a Diploma in Marketing and Sales at the UWI ROYTEC, Port- Of-Spain.