Taliah graduated from the Australian National University (ANU) with a Bachelor of Arts specialising in psychology.
She is passionate about working with organisations to empower evidence-based teamwork and change. Taliah has worked alongside vulnerable communities to inform service delivery. Her excellent communication skills enabled her ability to understand and communicate the varying needs of stakeholders.
- Developed an Australian Indigenous cultural competency course using a multimedia approach to incorporate different learning styles
- Supported the implementation of a peer-to-peer support program at a G08 university, including designing protocols and workflow processes for a new team within the university
- Assisted with analysis of raw data from an ongoing longitudinal study understanding the wellbeing of young people by providing inferences based on descriptive statistics and qualitative data provided by participants
- Facilitated in-person workshops with vulnerable regional youth to develop strategic priorities for a state government department, including supporting the design of workshops and the integration of qualitative and quantitative data to prioritise challenges affecting young people
- Supported a national health organisation with the development of structured workflow processes.
Outside of Nous
Prior to joining Nous, Taliah worked with members of her Dharawal community to provide a culturally safe space for young Indigenous women to creatively express themselves through the arts. Additionally, she worked alongside her local Police Area Command as a mentor in a program aimed at breaking down barriers between police and Indigenous students.
During university Taliah was awarded the Judith Wright Scholarship. She worked with the university as a peer wellbeing educator providing one-on-one support to students.
In her spare time...
Taliah can be found in the sun with a book or trying out a new baking recipe.