She is a researcher and advocate working on issues at the UN, European and UK parliaments on various portfolios, with an emphasis on disarmament. She specifically focusses on weapons technology regulation, AI, nuclear and outer space threats, as well as supply chain, trade, development, economics and gender.
Taniel also has a number of roles including WILPF International Representative (UK) and Advisory Board Member, Technology Developers Coordinator of the UK Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, Visiting Lecturer at the University of East London and she researches conflict and resilience on the ground. She had a previous career in the arts before her LLM in Economic Law, Justice and Development and associate study LLM in IHL and LOAC. She is currently studying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at the University of York.