Hannah Barber joined the Center on the Developing Child in 2017. As Project Manager, Hannah leads strategy and content development for the Center’s Science X Design offering, a suite of strategies to support the design, evaluation, and scale of sustainable policies and practices using the latest insights from the science of early childhood development, adversity, and resilience. She works with a range of national and international innovators, including policy makers, system leaders, practitioners, and social entrepreneurs. Hannah brings extensive international experience in child development and adult learning. She holds a BA in Politics and International Studies, a Master of Teaching from the University of Melbourne, and a Master of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.