Hana Haller Crowe joins the Southern Poverty Law Center as director of Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation.
In her past role, Hana Haller Crowe was the senior director for Global Research & MEAL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning) at Habitat for Humanity International.
During her time at Habitat, her team helped the organization generate and use evidence as well as engage meaningfully with communities to improve the quality of their programs.
Part of her work included facilitating networkwide engagement to develop Habitat’s Theory of Change, which articulates their programmatic vision for the future.
Before working at Habitat, Hana was an accountability adviser at Save the Children supporting the setup of their organizational MEAL framework as well as the MEAL systems that were used in humanitarian responses.
Hana deployed to support emergency responses in Ethiopia, Haiti, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Lebanon, Liberia, Pakistan, Philippines, South Sudan, United States, and the West Bank & Gaza. Before working in humanitarian emergencies, Hana was a senior analyst at the American Red Cross Tsunami Recovery Program in Washington, D.C. She oversaw reporting across their recovery programs in response to the Indian Ocean Tsunami. Previously, Hana was a policy analyst at the Office of Development Studies at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in New York. Her research at UNDP focused on the financing of Global Public Goods.