Hannah Green


Hannah Green is a program manager with Vera’s Ending Girls’ Incarceration initiative, where she works with jurisdictions across the country to implement policy changes and community-based solutions to end the incarceration of girls and gender-expansive youth.

Hannah came to Vera with a background in philanthropy and policy, with a focus on gender-based violence. She previously worked on issues of defense and foreign policy in the U.S. Senate, including legislation to reform how sexual assault is handled within the military justice system. While pursuing her social work degree, Hannah provided therapeutic support and legal advocacy for survivor defendants awaiting trial in New York City.

Hannah continues to volunteer as a rape crisis advocate, supporting survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

Hannah holds a BA in history and art history from New York University and an MSW from Columbia University.