MA in Globalisation and International Development, University of East Anglia, 2013,
BSc (Hons), Environmental Geography and International Development, University of East Anglia, 2012.
DCED Standard for Results Measurement (April 2016)
A dynamic and effective consultant and project manager with 7+ years experience, Hannah brings sound technical knowledge blended with strong project management and organisational skills developed in UK, African and Asian contexts. Hannah’s passion for development stems from completing her Undergraduate thesis on charcoal commodity chains in Tanzania, which led her to study the governance of REDD+ in Indonesia for her Masters. Her technical expertise span the fields of forestry and agriculture, working on sustainable commodity chains, green governance, climate change, land use and monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL). Having managed numerous projects and trained in the DCED standard (a framework to systematically set and monitor indicators), she enjoys utilising her skills and experience on projects to have a positive impact. Previously, Hannah worked as a Research Assistant for the Overseas Development Institute.
Hannah’s key roles include project management and technical consultancy on forestry, agriculture, climate, landscapes, monitoring evaluation and learning. Her role covers all aspects of programme management, bid management, team coordination, quality management, systems and database development, research, event management and business development. Hannah has country experience in Indonesia, Liberia, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, Brazil, Colombia, Nepal, Netherlands and the UK.