Tamara Richardson

Tamara is the Founding Director of PACE 48, a multi-national organisation committed to promoting access to cultural education across the Asia Pacific region. As an emerging voice in the field of intercultural relations, Tamara has written for UNICEF and UNESCO, spoken at key multilateral forums across the world including at the UNGA and G20 and was appointed an Associate of the UNESCO Chair in Intercultural and Interreligious Relations, Asia Pacific in 2016. Tamara graduated from UQ in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science, has since completed a Master of International Law from Melbourne Law School and is currently completing her Juris Doctor.



Bachelor of Science (Psychology)