Grace is an experienced and trusted consultant, working alongside clients in tackling some of their most important and complex challenges, with a particular focus on health and human services. She brings experience in policy development as well as implementation, and a track record in translating strategy into successful execution. She is an empathetic communicator and takes a collaborative approach to problem-solving. Grace draws out clients’ expertise, synthesises disparate research and ideas into clear insights and brings diverse stakeholders along for the journey to create meaningful and impactful outcomes.
Grace has a breadth of experience in a range of sectors, with previous roles in strategy, marketing, and academia; all of which cut across some of our most critical points of social connection: sport, culture and the arts, and social policy. She is a passionate advocate for women in sport (both playing and administrating). She also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in history and politics and international relations from the University of WA.
Grace is an avid traveller, hockey player and Fremantle Dockers tragic.