Hannah is a Consultant for Spring Impact, supporting on the delivery of projects, both national and international across a range of sectors.

Hannah joined the team in April 2018 from the Institute of Development Studies, where she worked on Making All Voices Count, a programme that supported innovative approaches to strengthening government accountability. In this role she managed a portfolio of research projects and supported project learning for social initiatives.

Her experience also includes coordinating Water, Sanitation and Hygiene projects for an NGO in Uganda, and supporting and leading research on social welfare and governance issues.

Education/Qualifications

  • BA History, Kings College London
  • MA Governance and Development, Institute of Development Studies

Areas of interest

  • Social welfare
  • Social inclusion
  • Social replication in developing contexts
  • Tackling homelessness in the UK 

Published works

Appropriating technology for accountability: messages from Making All Voices Count (IDS, 2018)

Supporting innovation and the use of technologies in accountability initiatives: lessons from Making All Voices Count (IDS, 2018)

Strengthening Citizenship: Social Grants and the State–Citizen Relationship in South Africa (IDS Working Paper, 2016)

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