Hannah is passionate about solving problems to create meaningful change for people and communities. As a consultant she brings experience in marketing and communications, with a focus on the health and wellbeing sector.
Hannah cares about people, and is driven to create purposeful communications that inspire, educate and encourage behavior change. She pairs strategic thinking with creativity to help organisations connect to their audiences and make a positive impact.
At Ellis Jones, Hannah’s work includes:
- Leading a brand refresh and website redevelopment project for Veteran support service – Vasey RSL Care.
- Delivering a campaign for Victorian Disability Workers Commission, to motivate disability worker registration.
- Copywriting for Cleanaway’s Sustainability Report.
Hannah’s previous experience spans government and not-for-profit sectors.
In her most recent role at the Victorian Department of Health, she developed and implemented strategic communications to support the delivery of a range of mental health and alcohol and other drugs programs.
This included work on an international marketing campaign to attract overseas healthcare workers to positions in Victoria’s health system.
Other highlights included managing a video campaign designed to raise awareness and destigmitise mental illness. She also developed a suite of communications products to inform and educate invested stakeholders about changes to public drunkenness laws.
Prior to this, Hannah worked with the Youth Support and Advocacy Service on a their febfast campaign, raising funds for young people struggling with alcohol and drugs issues.
Hannah holds a Masters of Marketing Communications and Bachelors of Arts in psychology and media and communications, both from the University of Melbourne.