Stan Grant has been a journalist for a quarter of a century. He has been an ABC Federal Political Correspondent, and London-based European correspondent for the Seven Network. He co-anchored CNN’s daily morning show in Hong Kong and became their China correspondent based in Beijing. He was also part of the news teams covering Hurricane Katrina and the Asian tsunami, for which CNN won the prestigious Peabody and duPont Awards respectively.
At Channel Seven he hosted Today Tonight, 11am, Face to Face and Real Life, which received a Logie for Most Popular Public Affairs program in 1994. He has been anchor of SBS TV World News and presenter of ABC Radio's Speaking Out program. The speech he gave at the IQ2 Racism Debate in 2015 has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times online.
He is a proud member of the Wiradjuri and Kamilaroi Aboriginal people.