Hana KamalPhilanthropy Support Specialist
Education: BA Political Science and Romance Languages, New York University
Hana Kamal provides support for ongoing philanthropy client work in the areas of strategic planning, portfolio strategy development, and grants management. Hana has worked with a range of clients including the Open Society Foundations, Mary J. Hutchins Foundation, Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation, and Ohrstrom Foundation. Her work specifically includes conducting basic document reviews and desk research, summarizing field literature, reviewing grant proposals, and providing basic financial analysis of organizational and programmatic budgets.
Prior to joining TCC Group, Hana worked with the Madrid-based Fundación Educación Para el Empleo (EuropEFE), a member of the Education for Employment (EFE) network that provides economic opportunities to unemployed youth in the Middle East and North Africa. In collaboration with the Citi Foundation, Hana produced “Challenges and Opportunities for Youth Employment in the Middle East and North Africa,” a report that provided in-depth insights on barriers to youth employment and opportunities for job growth across six industries, allowing EuropEFE to better tailor its vocational training and professional development programming.
In addition, Hana worked with the Human Rights Foundation to launch “Global Guides for Your Human Rights,” a series of guiding frameworks for political, social, and economic freedom tailored for and circulated among dissidents across more than ten of the world’s most repressive countries.
Hana holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Romance Languages (Spanish and French) from New York University.
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