Hannah joined Able Child Africa in December 2019. She previously worked at Alzheimer’s Society, where she worked in the involvement team, empowering people living with dementia to self-advocate and influence policy makers. Hannah has worked extensively overseas; she previously worked at the British Embassy in Beijing, spent two years working and studying elsewhere in China, and has also lived in Costa Rica where she worked on a pineapple farm, and in Buenos Aires studying Spanish. She has also spent time volunteering in Kenya.
She graduated with a degree in History, Culture & Spanish from the University of Warwick, and in her spare time enjoys improv, trying to keep up with Chinese language learning, and is working towards a Postgraduate Diploma in International Development at LSE.