Tania Fenwick is from South Australia and lives with her husband Brian and their three adult daughters. The family travelled to the Philippines in 1998 and Saipan in 2000-2001, working for Far East Broadcasting Company on short term assignments. Tania has been involved in music and children's ministries, Bible studies and has studied theology by extension. She completed a Bachelor of International Studies degree in 2008 and Honours in Classical Studies in 2010, at the University of Adelaide. She majored in Classics, mostly focusing on archaeological topics, and as part of her degree took part in an archaeological field school in Jordan for four weeks of intensive excavation training in site supervision at the site believed to be ancient Zoara in Khirbet Sheikh 'Isa. Her thesis topic was on mosaic pavements in Roman Syria and her area of interest is Near Eastern Archaeology. Tania volunteered at the ABR excavations at Khirbet el-Maqatir, Israel in 2012. Tania had been an ABR associate since April 2011.