Hanne believes in the power of global citizenship. Through her diverse experiences in both domestic and international health policy and care quality improvement, she strives to promote the global right to health. She is interested in leveraging the power of the private sector and fostering public-private partnerships to strengthen access to quality health care services and reduce social, physical, mental, and emotional health inequities.
At Rabin Martin, Hanne focuses on:
- Providing communications and advocacy support to elevate client visibility and effectively showcase their global public health engagements
- Generating insights for thought leadership to strengthen public-private partnerships and strategies
- Conducting research and analysis to advise and inform sustainability and development of client programs
Prior to Rabin Martin, Hanne worked abroad and partnered with local nursing students in Tanzania to conduct community needs assessments on mental health and access to health services. More recently, she worked in the public sector targeting health system improvement measures and bridging health access inequities for patients with chronic illness and autoimmune disease within the U.S. Through her work with The Access Challenge, she complemented her domestic health policy work by applying a systems thinking framework to UHC development across the continent of Africa. This involved a large-scale stakeholder and systems research analysis to inform how social and environmental determinants impact the health of communities. In close collaboration with the Harvard Global Health Institute, this research supported the launch of the “Africa Leads to the Way- A Multi-Sectorial Path to UHC” report.
MPH, Health Policy and Management
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
BS, Biobehavioral Health
The Pennsylvania State University