Andrew Hanna is a first-generation Egyptian-American social entrepreneur, author, and international human rights advocate from Jacksonville, FL. He previously led the launch of Generation — McKinsey's global youth employment initiative — in Jacksonville while consulting for McKinsey in Atlanta. He has founded the national education initiative IGNITE Peer Mentoring, and served in the White House and Justice Department. Internationally, Andrew was one of two American delegates to the 7th UNESCO Youth Forum in Paris and a youth representative to the UN High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda meetings in London and Bali. Andrew's upcoming book on refugee-entrepreneurs, 25 Million Sparks, was honored with the 2018 Financial Times Bracken Bower Prize.
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Andrew is an incoming Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholar. He received a J.D. with honors from Harvard Law School, where was a Harvard Defenders student attorney, Harvard Law Review editor, and recipient of the 2018 Oberman Prize for Law & Social Change. He graduated with honors with highest distinction in public policy from Duke University, where he was senior class president and a Robertson Scholar. | firstname.lastname@example.org