Hannah is the Chief Executive Officer at The Association for Women in Energy and Extractives in Kenya. She oversees and helps set the Association’s strategy and vision. She works closely with the board to ensure strategic management of the Association. Her research interests and contribution in the extractives industry in Kenya are around issues on artisanal small scale mining and socio economic effects of large scale mining, on indigenous communities as well as investigating the impact of extractive industries on political settlements and conflict. In past she regularly contributed to opinion pages in the Business Daily on current policy taking place in the extractives industry in Kenya. Hannah has a Bsc in Economics from Daystar University, Kenya and a Msc. in International Finance and Economic Development from the University of Kent, UK.