Tatiana Gren-Jardan

Victim Support and Partnerships Adviser
@ Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner

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  • Bio

Tatiana has extensive experience working in the anti-trafficking field for over 10 years. She is the Victim Support and Partnership Adviser for the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, providing advice and leading on senior engagement with a wide range of statutory and non-statutory stakeholders in order to ensure best-practice provision of support for victims and development of partnerships across the UK.
Previously, Tatiana worked at the Human Trafficking Foundation leading the Foundation’s development work and partnership with the civil society sector for over three years. She was appointed the Foundation’s Director in April 2015.
Tatiana started her career at the International Organization for Migration, Mission to Moldova, and was responsible for carrying out national awareness raising campaigns, visibility of all IOM Moldova projects, as well as relations with national and international counterparts, including mass media. Tatiana is also an experienced trainer in the modern slavery and human trafficking field.
In 2009, Tatiana won an Open Society Institute/ Chevening Scholarship to undertake a Master’s degree in Politics, Security and Integration at University College London. She is also an alumna of the US Department of State Future Leaders Exchange Programme (FLEX).

  • My Previous Events

  • Addressing Homelessness: Reducing-Preventing-Ending

    • 19-09-2017
    • 08:30 - 16:15
    • The Studio, Manchester