Hannah Au is a Program Associate in the California Community Initiatives team, supporting grantmaking to strengthen community infrastructure and housing stability in California counties. She brings grantmaking experience from her previous role as a Program Associate at the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health which focused on supporting systems of care for children with special health care needs and their families.

Prior to joining the field of philanthropy, Hannah worked at a community health center in downtown Oakland, serving a diverse, very low-income, and homeless or at risk of homelessness patient population. She coordinated medical care and benefits for a panel of about 450 patients and established a home visit program at Alameda Homekey sites to reach medically high-risk patients.

Hannah holds a B.A. in Public Health and a minor in Global Poverty and Practice from the University of California, Berkeley. Outside of work, she enjoys reading in the sun, crafting, and discovering new musicians and artists.