Hannah Weitzer

Hannah has spent over decade working at the intersections of education, technology, and social justice. As co-founder and partner with Seachange Collective, Hannah works on capacity building, strategic planning, and program design to strengthen the work of people and groups engaged in social justice-driven work. She also works as Director of University and K-12 Partnerships with NaTakallam (“we speak” in Arabic), a social enterprise that hires displaced people as online language partners, translators, and cultural exchange guest speakers, she is scaling NaTakallam's University and K-12 reach, to provide unique learning opportunities for diverse students of all backgrounds and ensuring sustainable income for greater numbers of displaced people. Prior to Seachange Collective and NaTakallam, Hannah designed strategies to support youth advocate at the highest-level policy forums, alongside Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Malala Yousafzai, and she built partnerships with school districts and civil society organizations to connect over 8,000 school students in international virtual exchanges with Global Nomads Group.  She is passionate about providing opportunities for young people to learn about each other and with each other, changing the way they see themselves and the world, and creating spaces for them to be agents of change in their local and global communities.