Sumudu Senanayake is a spatial data scientist in the Centre for Advanced Modelling and Geospatial Information Systems (CAMGIS), Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and the Natural Resources Management Center, Department of Agriculture, Sri Lanka. She has MSc in Bio-systems Engineering, and PhD in Information Systems, Software Engineering, and Analytics from the University of Technology Sydney on " Modelling soil erosion hazards and crop diversity changes due to climate variation in farming systems using Geo-informatics”. Her research interests focus on Natural resources management and Sustainable food security against climate variation using geo-informatics techniques and machine learning techniques. She has presented remarkable research work in High-quality scientific journals. She was awarded the Promising Scientist in the Department of Agriculture. Her knowledge and efforts were utilized to succeed in many research projects.