Hannah joined the Welsh Centre for International Affairs after working as a researcher, evaluating projects in Indonesia and Ghana for Gender at Work, and working with Wales Africa Community Links to understand the impact and value of community linking projects between Wales and Africa.
Since completing her MSc in Social Development Policy and Management at Swansea University, Hannah coordinated learning and sharing events for the Welsh Network of Development Researchers and Gender at Work’s Measuring Gender Equality workshop.
Prior to her masters, Hannah lived and worked in Ethiopia, and worked on communications and transparency issues as a consultant for the World Bank, DfID and Save the Children in Ethiopia. Hannah also supported community groups in the UK as they developed their own local infrastructure projects with funding from the Big Lottery Fund and administered through Sustrans. Hannah's career began at the BBC where she was responsible for publicising a wide range of projects including the Prison Radio pilot and various David Attenborough programmes. When not at work, Hannah enjoys living on the Gower, gardening, fishing and wild swimming.