Taleah is an Indigenous Senior Research Project Officer for the What Matters 2 Kids Project in the First Nations Cancer and Wellbeing Research Program at the University of Queensland. Taleah currently provides a high level of administrative and research support to the project, including recruitment, community engagement, and community liaison, and is involved with the organisation and delivery of community outreach and dissemination activities throughout the duration of the project. Taleah is also involved in helping several other projects within the First Nations Cancer and Wellbeing Research Program.


Prior to this role, Taleah commenced her administration career with the University of Queensland at the Faculty of Medicine in 2016 as a Business Administration Traineeship. During her employment at UQ, she held several Executive Assistant roles for the Faculty Executive Manager, Associate Dean (Indigenous Engagement), Deputy Executive Dean & Medical Dean, Associate Dean Research, Associate Dean (Academic), Associate Dean (Strategic Development), and the Director at the UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health.

Taleah holds a Certificate III in Allied Health, Certificate III in Business Administration, and Certificate IV in Justice Studies and is currently studying a Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Theory and Practice, and a Graduate Certificate in Business Administration through Griffith University.