Grace Gown

Director, Global Government Advisory

Grace has worked both in the public and private sectors, with wide-ranging experience developing, implementing and influencing government policy.

Meet Grace

Grace has extensive public policy experience, and has provided advice within and to governments, regional bodies and international organisations (such as ASEAN and APEC), and multinational companies and industry associations, on a range of digital economy and digital trade issues across Southeast Asia and Australia.

Grace leads a number of digital economy focused research projects at Access Partnership, focusing on fit-for-purpose policy development, and promotion of regional alignment.

Prior to joining Access Partnership, Grace worked for an Australian government inquiry developing practical recommendations to improve the child safety regulatory framework, with a strong focus on the online environment, and at an Australian government department promoting digital literacy and skills within the school education system, including implementation of government STEM education programs.

Grace holds a Bachelor of International Studies and a Bachelor of Laws (Hon II) from Macquarie University, Australia.

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