Hanh Tran joins iMentor with experience in communications, consulting and non-profit program management. Formerly, Hanh worked at the Morgan Stanley Foundation, where she created communications aimed at increasing the visibility of philanthropic initiatives. As a Community Outreach Manager at New York Cares, she managed partnerships and implemented a series of outreach strategies to expand volunteer opportunities in the Bronx and Brooklyn. Hanh’s interest in social entrepreneurship motivated her to serve as a Kiva Fellow in Vietnam where she used video to document the lives of women entrepreneurs. She has also worked with communities of refugee women and children in Tanzania through WomenCraft, a social enterprise that connects rural artisans with international fair-trade markets. Hanh is passionate about the potential of uniting organizations across sectors to achieve social impact. She believes that all youth have the potential to succeed if given adequate opportunity and support and is thrilled to contribute to iMentor’s efforts to expand the mentoring movement. Hanh received her M.P.A. from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University and her B.A. in Journalism and Marketing from the University of Colorado at Boulder.