Assistant Programme Manager, Thriving Communities
The main project Hannah will be working on is the Longitude Explorer Prize.
The Longitude Explorer Prize uses STEM, entrepreneurship and innovation to help young people tackle the issues they care about. This year is focused around using Artificial Intelligence to improve the lives of others.
Prior to Nesta, Hannah worked at Girl Effect, a creative non-profit, where she worked as a coordinator within the Impact function. She worked across a number of international projects, one of which being a first-of-its-kind mobile innovation for girls in Nigeria called 'Girls Connect'.
Hannah holds an MA in Gender, Violence and Conflict from the University of Sussex, and a BA in History and Politics from the University of Nottingham.
Outside of work she is usually either researching future travel destinations, running/hiking or exploring interesting talks and events happening in London.
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