Gallatin School of Individualized Study
Bachelor of Arts, May 2010
Post-Conflict Development & Education
Hannah Davis is currently executive director of the Ghana Sustainable Aid Project (GSAP), an organization that strives to create aid programs that are sustainable, collaborative, and innovative, using ideas that come from the community and that donít rely on donations. GSAP has won an $100,000 Gates Foundation Grant as well and recently won the Dell Social Innovation Challengeís HOPE award as well.
Hannah has also recently started consulting for individuals and nonprofits who are interested in working on or creating sustainable projects. Her website is www.hannah-davis.net and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to her interest in sustainable aid/aid reform, Hannah is also interested in creative arts ó specifically in data visualization, writing, and video. She is currently teaching programming and 3D printing to children around NYC through an organization called HTINK.
Hannah has a BA in an Individualized Study in International and Human Development and is currently working on her Masterís degree in Interactive Technologies at the ITP department in NYUís Tisch School of the Arts, with a focus on data visualization.