Danielle Hannah

 
Sheena joins NCRC with nearly fifteen years of experience working as a faith-based social and economic justice activist, organizer, researcher, negotiator and non-profit administrator within the labor movement, where her work spans five continents.
Sheena recently served a labor research fellow at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa where she conducted research on migrant sugar cane and banana farmers in Mpumalanga, South Africa, and participatory research with tea farmers in the Honde Valley, Zimbabwe. Her research contributed to two published works, the AFL-CIO Solidarity Center’s report titled “African Trade Unions and Africa’s Future: Strategic Choices in a Changing World” and “The Transformation of Work: Challenges and Strategies; Restriction and Solidarity in the New South Africa: COSATU’s Complex Response to Migration and Migrant Workers in the Post-Apartheid Era”
Sheena is very active within the cooperative movement and she has done study tours of cooperatives in Europe, India, Cuba, Mexico, South America, West Africa and throughout the United States, where she annually convenes cooperative experts to discuss reclaiming economic democracy through worker cooperatives and serves  as a speaker and incubator consultant. Sheena currently serves on the board of the (LRAN) Labor Research Action Network, a project of Jobs with Justice Education Fund, on the board of directors of a North Carolina based credit union, and is an emerging leader within the credit union arena.
She is committed to promoting economic justice through workforce development, wealth and asset building opportunities for those who are within under-served and disadvantaged communities, immigrants and ex-offenders while vigorously fighting predatory lending. She has a deep passion for accelerating workforce development through innovation within STEM fields to prepare low wage and low skilled workers for the age of the robot and digital revolution. When she is not working or serving her community, she is engaged in ministry work supporting her local ELCA Congregations, mentoring, engaging in anti-poverty and solidarity work within the interfaith community, hiking, cooking Louisiana Creole and Cajun inspired dishes, playing kickball, flag football, or hosting fundraisers for non-profits she’s passionate about.
Her favorite quote is “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -Gandhi

Mortgage Advisor, Housing Counseling Network
dhannah@ncrc.org  202-464-2738

Danielle Hannah is a Mortgage Advisor for the Housing Counseling Network at NCRC.  In her role, Danielle focuses on Home Buyer Education for prospective homebuyers and Foreclosure Prevention Counseling for existing homeowners.

She has a strong understanding of the challenges low to moderate income renters and homeowners face. Danielle honed her skills over many years working in different aspects of the housing and mortgage industries. Having worked as a Residential Real Estate Agent; Residential and Commercial Property Manager; and having worked on post-recession recovery efforts at Fannie Mae’s Resource Center; Danielle understands housing policy and practice from a variety of viewpoints.

Danielle received her Bachelor’s degree in Afro-American Studies with a minor in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.

 

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