Hannah Dews


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Hannah is a passionate public health professional with experience in qualitative research and analysis and strong skills in consultation, developing consumer-focused solutions and stakeholder engagement.
She has excellent written and verbal communication skills and is driven and enthusiastic. She is particularly passionate about social policy and its ability impact the health outcomes of ordinary people.

Influential work

  • Utilised a consumer focus approach to assist NDIS consumers achieve their goals, engaging with stakeholders and advocating for consumers
  • Worked in cultural competency and safety, trauma-informed care and communication and leadership as an Indigenous Academic Pathways Tutor at the University of Wollongong
  • Undertake data collection and analysis as a research assistant at the University of Wollongong
  • Represented the University of Wollongong’s Faculty of Social Sciences as student representative on the Student Advisory Council.

Outside of Nous

Hannah’s previous roles have included working as a support worker and plan facilitator within NDIS organisations. She received First Class Honours with her Bachelor of Public Health, with her thesis focusing on HIV prevention for cisgendered women in Australia; during which she was employed as a research assistant. During her studies she was employed as a research assistant and completed an internship with AMSANT in Alice Springs, working alongside the social and emotional wellbeing and sexual health teams to assist with culturally appropriate and trauma-informed research and training.

In her spare time...

Hannah enjoys surfing, CrossFit, camping in her van and spending as much time outside and active as possible. She also loves live music, painting, hiking and photography.


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