Hannah works with the development team, guiding the strategy of the Learning and Early Childhood portfolio to help Foundation partners develop impactful programs that break cycles of disadvantage.
Before joining the Foundation, Hannah worked in early childhood research, practice and policy implementation. Most recently, she was a visiting scholar at the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.
Hannah holds a Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Studies) and a Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) from the University of Melbourne, as well as Master of Education (Human Development and Psychology) from Harvard University, where she studied as a General Sir John Monash Scholar.
Hailing originally from regional Victoria, Hannah is a passionate cook who is frequently guilty of over-catering for friends and family.