Hannah D'Apice is a doctoral student in International and Comparative Education, pursuing a Master's in Sociology and a concentration in Organizational Studies. Her work examines the development and transference of global norms around education, and how these norms may influence the structuration and behavior of nations, institutions, and organizations.
Prior to her doctoral studies, Hannah worked as a research manager, managing randomized controlled trials and quasi-experiments evaluating the effectiveness of educational programs. In addition, she taught professionally for four years in Texas and Singapore.
Hannah received her Master's in International Education Policy Analysis from Stanford University, and her Bachelor's in Political Science from Columbia University.