Hannah is an experienced programme and business manager in the international development sector. She is the Programme Manager for Cities and Infrastructure for Growth (CIG) Myanmar programme.
Hannah brings ten years’ experience working in the international development sector, primarily in programme and business management. She has extensive experience of growing teams, leading large and complex bids, and designing systems and processes that improve efficiency and maximise resources.
She has a good working knowledge of a range of technical themes having worked in a wide range of programmes; from managing the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning of the International Climate Fund, to assessing the efficacy of the economic development component of the DFID-funded Rural Access Programme in Nepal and presenting the subsequent redesign. Hannah lived in Uganda where she set up a country office, recruited a team, and developed strong client relationships and was instrumental in building a regional portfolio of work.
Hannah holds a BA in Economics and Social Science from the University of Manchester, is an Agile Practitioner and has completed courses in leadership and management at the University of London, and is trained in Shipley Bid Development and Management.
- Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia
- Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan