Project Manager, Sex Trafficking Response Team

Hannah Cornell graduated from Houghton College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Family Studies. She’s currently enrolled in Delaware Valley University and is working towards earning a Master’s degree in Public Policy with a concentration in Community and International Development. While earning her Bachelor’s degree, Hannah completed an internship with ACCORD Corporation’s Domestic Violence Program, where she assisted Domestic Violence Advocates in their work to support victims of Domestic Abuse, and she developed a Domestic Violence Perpetrator database for the program.

Prior to joining the Mission Kids team, Hannah worked at Child and Family Focus as a Blended Case Manager doing community-based work with children and adolescents with behavioral and medical health needs. Hannah assisted clients in identifying their goals and then supported them in becoming connected with resources and programs in the community to help them achieve their goals. Additionally, she helped clients and their families to manage complex treatment plans and also provided crisis support and intervention. Hannah also worked as a Project Manager at a technology and market research company, Big Sofa Technologies, where she operationally led various large-scale market research projects from the design stage until completion. Hannah specialized in both community management and technology programming in this role.

Hannah joined the Mission Kids team as the part-time Program Manager for the Sex Trafficking Response Team under the STOP Human Trafficking Grant. She’s excited to be a part of the STOP Human Trafficking Grant because she’s deeply passionate about creating effective processes and promoting awareness for an issue which is so prevalent, and often misunderstood, in today’s society. “I believe that a multidisciplinary approach will help to foster true change, and I’m excited to be a part of this meaningful and impactful work in our community that can be replicated across PA,” says Hannah. She’s especially excited to work for our Child Advocacy Center because she believes “Mission Kids is making a difference in our community to help empower children to share their stories of abuse in a safe environment, and then supporting and advocating for this child throughout his or her journey to healing.”