Hannah is an economist specialising in socially and ecologically sustainable development. Hannah has developed specialised skills in a range of economic, financial, and analytical methods relevant for sustainable development. These include Social Cost Benefit Analysis (SCBA), Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA), environmental valuation techniques, financial modelling, funder mapping and analysis, and various assessment methods for climate change resilience and socio-economic impact. Through her work on Water Funds, Hannah has (i) assessed economic impacts in the context of sustainable livelihoods, climate change resilience and urban development, (ii) designed innovative finance structures, fit for a range of purposes of including largescale ecosystem enhancement, localised livelihood development, and regional climate impact readiness, and (iii) produced feasibility studies and business cases to communicate effectively to a range of audiences including government officials, private financiers, implementation agents as well as project beneficiaries. Hannah holds a master’s degree from the University of Edinburgh in Ecological Economics.