Grace has extensive experience working across government and not-for-profit sectors. She brings experience in policy development as well as implementation, and a track record in translating strategy into successful execution. She has excellent communication and stakeholder management skills and takes a collaborative approach to problem-solving. She draws out clients’ expertise, synthesises disparate research and ideas and brings diverse stakeholders along for the journey to create meaningful and impactful outcomes.
Grace began her career in the culture and arts, working in marketing at the WA Museum and as a research assistant at the Centre for Muslim States and Societies. Most recently she has applied her consulting skillset to support the WA Football Commission to deliver its ambitious strategic plan and reform agenda. Grace is a passionate advocate for women in football (both playing and administrating) and is a member of Women in Sport.
Grace holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours, political science and international relations) from the University of Western Australia.
Grace is an avid traveller, hockey player and Fremantle Dockers tragic.