Hannah Graham

Hannah is an experienced development professional who specialises in education, public sector reform and the design and coordination of systems that support the delivery of basic services. She is our Country Coordinator in Kenya.

In South Sudan, Hannah worked on the Girls’ Education South Sudan (GESS) project as a Coordinator during the roll-out of the South Sudan Schools’ Attendance Monitoring System (SSSAMS) as well as process management of Cash Transfers and Capitation Grants to schools and pupils. She also previously supported the implementation of the South Sudan Electronic Payroll System (SSEPS) across six South Sudanese states.

In addition to her work for us, Hannah has worked as an independent education consultant, including for clients such as Save the Children International and Adam Smith International, throughout East Africa, for a Teacher Training College and a media NGO in South Sudan.

Hannah is an experienced project manager, trainer and qualitative researcher has worked in Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda, Somalia and Lebanon.  She holds an MA in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College, London, and an MA in Politics from the University of Glasgow.