Grace Stratton

Grace Stratton, 21, is a life-long wheelchair user - having been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at age one. Grace begun a law and communications double degree in 2019, the same year she launched her business: All is for All. All is for All works mainly as a consultancy, ensuring disabled people are understood, valued and given sovereignty over outcomes that affect them and stories that are told. The business, which is pan-disability, has provided countless opportunities for many disabled people and created jobs, changed minds and shifted systems. Grace is a supreme AIMES alumni, one of Forbes Asia’s 30 under 30, and the ACC supreme winner of the Attitude Awards. She has one more year in her degree and will soon begin clerking with DLA Piper, while she is still figuring out her future in the law, her passion is access to justice and working to create a system which functions for the many communities we serve, this requires not only diversity, but a core understanding of the systematic barriers that communities face, it is the system, and its perceptions which often disable, more than any impairment. 

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