Hannah Goldie is a manager at Social Finance – an organisation that partners with the government, the social sector and the financial community to find better ways of tackling social problems.
She works within the Impact Incubator, where she led the development of the Drive project – a response to perpetrators of domestic abuse. She is currently leading research and development for new project areas.
Prior to joining Social Finance, Hannah worked at the UK's Department for Education where her roles included leading the establishment of two free schools.
Hannah holds a bachelors in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Worcester College, University of Oxford. She completed a community leadership fellowship programme in 2011 to 2012 and now holds a lay position with a children and family care charity.
Hannah mentors with the Social Mobility Foundation in the UK. She also has experience in health and employment, and children’s social care.