Talia Stump has over 10 years’ experience working to enhance the inclusion and wellbeing of refugee communities through policy, research and practice. In 2019 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship and travelled to Canada, US, Germany, Norway and Sweden to research strategies to support the secondary migration of refugees to regional and rural towns.
Talia is passionate about creating impact through collaboration, ensuring that people with lived experience are at the centre of decisions that affect them. She currently works as Associate Director Settlement for Multicultural NSW where she leads the Settlement Policy team which supports the NSW Coordinator General for Refugee Resettlement, Professor Peter Shergold.
Talia holds a Master of Social Work, Master of Development Studies (Refugees and Displacement) and Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies).