Hannah is an analyst and researcher who is passionate about communicating complex information in accessible ways. She has a strong interest in education, educational disadvantage and marginalised communities’ rights. Hannah is an active advocate for refugee rights in Australia.

Influential work

  • Contributing to the co-design of evidence-based programs to improve student learning outcomes for a Catholic education system.
  • Assisted in the development and delivery of programs to increase asylum seeker awareness in schools.
  • Created datasets to analyse school children’s attitudes towards refugees.


  • Data analysis
  • Research analysis
  • Systems change
  • Policy development


Hannah has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in International Relations at Curtin University which she received in 2019. Hannah is currently undertaking a Masters of Human Rights at Curtin University with a keen interest in the education sector. Hannah has prepared and delivered programs with a non for profit organisation, Metamorphosis, which exists to advocate for refugee children who are without access to education.