Originally from London, England, Hannah is a Portfolio Manager at Palladium, managing a DFID grant with education and vocational training programmes in 9 developing countries. Hannah previously lived in Dominica in the Caribbean as IsraAID's Country Director, working with communities recovering from Hurricane Maria. Since graduating from university with a BSc in Neuroscience and Pharmacology, Hannah has built her career in international development and humanitarian aid, working across Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. Hannah has also lived in Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Ghana, India and the Philippines working with people living in extreme poverty and supporting communities recovering from disasters, specialising in post disaster community building and resiliency. Hannah is a Rene Cassin Human Rights Fellow, has lived in Moishe House London and is the Founder of Time of the Month, a women’s advocacy group in London. Hannah has held numerous leadership positions for Limmud UK, and has been invited as an international presenter at Limmud China and Limmud New Zealand. In 2017, Hannah chaired Grassroots Jews, a creative and innovative festival for the High Holy Days.