In October 2019 Grace founded the #buyfromthebush social media campaign to support rural communities facing drought.
Grace Brennan grew up in Sydney and now lives on a sheep and cropping farm in Warren, NSW with her husband Jack and their four children, Eliza, Maggie, Charles and August. She is the Co-Founder of AgDraft, an employment platform for agriculture and has a background in community development.
In October 2019 Grace founded the #buyfromthebush social media campaign to support rural communities facing drought. In June 2020, Grace launched stayinthebush.com.au, an online directory for accommodation in rural Australia. The #buyfromthebush and #stayinthebush campaigns celebrate the beauty, creativity, innovation and ingenuity of rural communities and call on people in the city to invest in bush business as a means of ensuring the survival of rural communities in to the future.
Grace was named by the Sydney Morning Herald as one of the nine most influential women entrepreneurs for 2019. In January 2020, Grace was invited by the Australia Day Council of NSW to give the Australia Day Address to the nation. She is passionate about story-telling and community-driven change and believes in the power of investment over charity.