Skills: Hannah is a graphic designer who enjoys turning complex science and data into persuasive and informative visual material. She is experienced in managing the development and communication of science policy and can transform complex information and data into engaging visual products.
Qualifications: She holds a Master of Arts in International Studies, a degree in Accounting and a Certificate III in Design, and is completing a Diploma of Graphic Design. She is also a member of the Australian Science Communicators (ASC).
Experience: Hannah began her career in the Department of Climate Change, where she received a Secretary’s Award for Significant Achievement for her work on Climate change risks to Australia’s coasts: a first pass assessment.
She then worked as a communications manager with the Climate Commission, where she edited and managed production of The critical decade, which was presented to the Prime Minister by Professor Tim Flannery. Over 2 years, she researched, drafted and managed the production of several follow-on reports. For her work with the Commission, she was awarded a Secretary’s Award for Significant Achievement.
Hannah has also worked for the Department of the Environment and consulted for CSIRO, where she turned technical guides into informative and engaging products for the general community.