Hannah is a skilled and dynamic consultant and project manager who has been working with companies to provide them with practical, bespoke solutions for over 5 years. Her experience includes social audits, child labour remediation, factory improvement programmes, impact assessments, supply chain risk assessments, strategy development, responsible sourcing programme management and capacity building. She was also responsible for launching a multi-stakeholder 10-year training and accreditation scheme in the luxury hand embroidery sector in India in conjunction with the Indian government and the Indian National Institute for Fashion and Textiles.
Hannah’s work has spanned many industries including agriculture, extractives, apparel and footwear, construction, electronics, commodities and has involved working with clients such as Burberry, Alexander McQueen, Mulberry, Ralph Lauren, The Kering Group, Primark, New York University, Oxford University, Morrison’s, Reckitt Benckiser and EMC2. She has worked in China, India, Abu Dhabi, Myanmar, Hungary and sub-Saharan Africa.
In addition to her work in ethical trade and labour rights, she has over 3 years’ experience working within the Consulting department at market research firm Euromonitor International to provide clients such as Phillip Morris, Visa Europe, Energizer and Pepsi-Co with market intelligence and advice. She has an MA in International Political Economy from the University of Manchester.