Hana AbdulJawad is Saudi peace and humanitarian activist. She holds Bachelors in Political Science and a Masters in International Communication and Development.
In 2014, Hana completed a communication development plan for the United Nations Millennium Development Goal- gender equality and women’s empowerment- for India.
Individually, Hana regularly volunteers, advocates and joins various causes, advocacy groups and campaigns. These include online activism, civic demonstrations, Amnesty International UK, the American University of Beirut Red Cross and the Seeds of Peace organization.
In 2013- 2014, she was among a dynamic team at Discovery Program- Swansea University working with refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds. She completed training courses in working with children with Learning Disability, Autism and ADHD and Refugee Awareness. In addition, she was part of the Swansea community for mobilizing and partaking in pro-Palestinian action, where she participated in drafting policies to ministers and companies (such as Sainsbury and Tesco), conducted awareness campaigns and mobilized, coordinated and brainstormed strategies to support the boycott, divestment and sanctions of Israel and Israeli goods.
In 2016, Hana resided in Zanzibar, Tanzania, and volunteered in an international organization where she was teaching English and Arabic as a foreign language to children along with advocating youth empowerment programs through leadership and teamwork initiatives. She also volunteered at Drug Free Zanzibar teaching English to recovering drug addicts and mobilized for developing women empowerment leadership and entrepreneurial workshops and programs.
During her time as a program manager and coordinator for the empowerment of human resources, Hana worked to promote partnerships to develop ecologically friendly policies.