Talia Rosen became involved with MAZON through her work with Challah for Hunger at the University of Virginia. Talia graduated in the spring of 2018 with a distinguished History major. Talia wrote her thesis about the desegregation of UVA's undergraduate student body and received a J. Carl Sewell III Prize in History for the Best Distinguished Majors Thesis in U.S. History. She remains committed to spreading awareness about food insecurity and its systemic causes.
Talia now serves as the Executive and Sales Assistant to the Chairman of Pace Gallery in New York City.