Hannah Holloway is a policy professional who works to transform systems of power through anti-racist policymaking. She believes that communities will work for everyone when those who have been under-served are the ones doling out seats at the table and setting the agenda.
Hannah previously worked for a civil rights organization where she helped craft the Portland, Oregon Fair Access in Renting policy that prevents rental discrimination. Most recently, Hannah worked to redistribute $15M from inequitable policing systems into community programs as Senior Policy Advisor to Portland City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly.
In 2019, Hannah was appointed to the Oregon Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, where she worked with a team of civil rights experts to advise the federal agency on emergent civil rights matters in the state.
After 5 years in Portland, Hannah is happy to return home to the Bay Area.