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Grace Milne

Senior Consultant

Grace brings a wealth of international experience in policy analysis, digitalisation and innovation to support NOVE’s tech practice.

Prior to joining NOVE, Grace worked as a project manager and researcher at the Lisbon Council, a Brussels-based think tank and policy network focused on innovation and digitalisation in Europe. In this role, she was active in the organisation’s research agenda in eGovernment, and led the event management of high-level roundtables across a wide range of key EU digital policy debates. Before relocating to Europe, Grace worked in Canberra, Australia for two years as a policy officer in the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Her main focus areas included grants administration strategy and violence prevention in communities.
Grace holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Public Sector Innovation and eGovernance, jointly delivered by KU Leuven (Belgium), the University of Münster (Germany) and TalTech (Estonia). During her Master’s studies, she gained experience at the United Nations Office for Vienna/United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime where she specialised in innovation strategy. Grace completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland (Australia), where she holds a first class Honour’s degree in Public Policy.




Grace Milne

Senior Consultant

Grace brings a wealth of international experience in policy analysis, digitalisation and innovation to support NOVE’s tech practice.

Prior to joining NOVE, Grace worked as a project manager and researcher at the Lisbon Council, a Brussels-based think tank and policy network focused on innovation and digitalisation in Europe. In this role, she was active in the organisation’s research agenda in eGovernment, and led the event management of high-level roundtables across a wide range of key EU digital policy debates. Before relocating to Europe, Grace worked in Canberra, Australia for two years as a policy officer in the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Her main focus areas included grants administration strategy and violence prevention in communities.
Grace holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Public Sector Innovation and eGovernance, jointly delivered by KU Leuven (Belgium), the University of Münster (Germany) and TalTech (Estonia). During her Master’s studies, she gained experience at the United Nations Office for Vienna/United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime where she specialised in innovation strategy. Grace completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland (Australia), where she holds a first class Honour’s degree in Public Policy.

Education

Erasmus Mundus MSc. in Public Sector Innovation and eGovernance
Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy (First Class Honours)

Nationality

Australian

Languages

English

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