Hannah is currently the Venture Selection Associate at Unreasonable Group supporting growth-stage, for-profit ventures tackling the world’s most intractable challenges. Prior, she completed a Fulbright Research Award in 2018-2019 in Beijing and Xi’an, China focused on female migrant workers’ upward social mobility in an urbanizing and gendered labor market. Hannah graduated from The George Washington University in 2018 with a BA in International Affairs and Mandarin Chinese. During college she held internships at the White House, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, the Wilson Center, and the office of U.S. Senator Cory Booker among others, reflecting her deep passion for social change and politics. She is particularly interested in how the power structures and economic development of a society contribute to evolving understandings of social mobility, race, and identity, and the role public-private partnerships can play in forwarding positive social impact and public policy. Hannah identifies fostering a relationship predicated more on cross-cultural understandings, rather than on political caricatures advanced by the media, as one of the most important factors in improving and sustaining effective foreign diplomatic relations between the US and the rest of the world.