Hannah joined the END Fund in June 2019 and serves as the Executive Assistant to the CEO.
Before joining the END Fund, Hannah served two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana where she focused her work on economic empowerment, youth education, health, and nutrition. In her role as Community Agriculture Extension Agent, she managed grassroots projects, coordinating with local partners to focus on the most pressing needs of the community. On a larger scale, Hannah planned and led training sessions for new volunteers on cross-cultural issues as well as organized regional and countrywide youth conferences focusing on leadership and gender empowerment.
Hannah received her Bachelors of Arts and Sciences in Psychology and French & Francophone Studies from Colby College. As part of her degree, she took courses at the American University Center in Provence where she studied the current social and political climate and the history of the French involvement in North Africa. Additionally, she studied with the Council on International Educational Exchange in Dakar, Senegal where she partnered with a local organization advocating for women’s sexual and reproductive health by supporting their volunteer efforts.
Outside of work, Hannah enjoys long slow runs, baking without a recipe, and trying out her green thumb.