Programme Delivery Team Leader
Hannah has worked at GGI since November 2014. She started as a research analyst in the Service Delivery Team and has since worked in various roles within the team over the past 2 years. Throughout this role Hannah has developed an interest in quality governance in health care and patient safety.
In 2015 Hannah project managed and co-authored the report for a clinical governance transformation programme at London Trust in special measures and has since carried out a number of clinical governance programmes including a review of serious incident reports, action plans over a 3-year period and a review quality management groups.
Alongside her work with NHS organisations Hannah has worked as a project manager supporting a variety of projects at universities and at a City Council working to deliver clinical governance support.
Before joining GGI, Hannah had graduated from her masters at London School of Economics in Health Population and Society where she took modules focusing her studies on global health, gender, sexual and reproductive health and population change. Her dissertation was titled The impact of globalisation on the nutritional transition in low and middle income countries.
Prior to studying her masters Hannah spent time living in Madrid where she took Spanish lessons and taught English, she also spent 3 months living in the Philippines where she volunteered (as part of a DFID funded programme) for an organisation supporting deaf people who had suffered sexual violence. Her most recent volunteering in 2016 was for an organisation called The Girls Network where she spent a year mentoring a teenage girl, supporting and encouraging her to be more confident in her study and her long-term career goals. Hannah completed a BSc in Neuroscience in 2012 from the University of Manchester.