Hannah is a New York-based advocate and writer with expertise in the intersections of gender, sexuality, decriminalization, and HIV/AIDS. She has seven years of experience linking community organizing to broader social movement strategies both at national and international levels.
Prior to joining SAGE, Hannah worked with grassroots advocacy networks to promote the health and human rights of those living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS across the Global North and Global South. Hannah holds a Masters in International Development and Social Change and a Bachelors in Women’s and Gender Studies and International Development from Clark University. She is also a published essayist, poet, and full-spectrum doula.