Hannah Barrueta Sacksteder
Senior Program Associate
Hannah's commitment to advancing women’s and girls’ social and economic rights is reflected in her work to develop and launch the WomenStrong Learning Lab.
Hannah Barrueta Sacksteder serves as the Senior Program Associate at WomenStrong International. Her commitment to advancing women’s and girls’ social and economic rights is reflected in her work to develop and launch the WomenStrong Learning Lab.
Having grown up in Mexico and France, Hannah is fluent in Spanish and French. Her experiences working or studying in Cuba, Ethiopia, Japan, Canada, and in various parts of the U.S. have been critical to developing Hannah’s global skill set. As a Monitoring & Evaluation consultant for a school in Nairobi, Kenya, Hannah worked with local stakeholders to prepare grant proposals for the school’s development. Hannah served as a Program Coordinator at Common River: School and Community Center in the village of Aleta Wondo, in Ethiopia’s Sidama Zone, where she implemented activities aimed at bolstering the success of the young girls and women in the community. She also has experience working at The Carter Center, The United Nations Foundation, and The New School’s International Field Program.
Hannah has a Master’s in International Affairs, focusing on government and rights, from The New School. She graduated from Antioch College with a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Political Economy and a minor in Japanese.