Hannah is a Senior Consultant for Spring Impact, leading and supporting on the delivery of projects, both national and international across a range of sectors.
Current projects at Spring Impact include supporting Evolve, a social enterprise which provides support to schools to improve children’s physical, emotional and cognitive health and wellbeing, to scale its impact across the UK, as well as working with Franklin Scholars to design a model to replicate its peer mentoring programme in schools. Hannah is also supporting Pathway, a homeless healthcare charity, to pilot a model for replicating its approach to supporting homeless patients in hospital.
Hannah joined Spring Impact from London Councils, where she worked as a Principal Policy and Projects Officer. During this time, she led the delivery of policy and research projects in education and children’s services on behalf of the 33 London local authorities, including leading research and advocacy on early education and special educational needs.
Previously, Hannah completed the National Graduate Development Programme (NGDP). She was based at West Sussex County Council, leading and supporting on projects across a range of service areas. During this time, she also completed an ILM certificate in leadership and management.
Hannah has a First Class Honours Degree in Modern Languages and Cultures from Durham University and MA in Modern Languages from Oxford University.