Staff Profile

Anika Stobart is a Senior Associate at Grattan Institute. She advocates for evidence-based reform on health, economic, and education issues, and has experience working in government and not-for-profit organisations.

In her time at Grattan, Anika has co-authored reports on patient healthcare costs, climate change and health, COVID-19 policy, and aged care. She has also co-authored reports on Australia’s reading problem, and integrity in government. She has appeared on numerous panels, in the media, and presented to a US Congressional Caucus about Australia’s experience with COVID-19.

Anika previously worked in public policy at the federal Department of Agriculture. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours) and a Bachelor of Science from Monash University. She completed part of her law degree on exchange at Free University Berlin, studying in German. She also holds a Diploma of Project Management (Cert IV).


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