Bachelor, Politics & International Relations and Masters of Science in Public Policy & Human Development
International Partnerships Officer at LGiU, Hannah supports LGiU Australia members and engages with partners and stakeholders in Australia.
LGiU Australia is a partnership between non-profit think tank and information service provider LGiU and SGS Economics and Planning. A member-led organisation, LGiU Australia's purpose is to share ideas and best practice, encourage innovation and collaboration, and develop research that drives the local government sector forward.
Hannah graduated from the University of Aberdeen with a degree in Politics & International Relations and went on to complete a Masters of Science in Public Policy & Human Development at the United Nations University in Maastricht, specialising in Regional Integration and Multilevel Governance.
She previously worked at the Lake Tanganyika Floating Health Clinic in Chicago working on research for the integration of health systems in cross-border water-based communities around Lake Tanganyika. She also interned at the policy think tank Reform Scotland.