Assistant Manager, Hilton Humanitarian Prize
Hannah Mora is responsible for the day-to-day operations of all Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize activities. Prior to joining the Foundation, Mora worked as a development associate at the Downtown Women’s Center, a nonprofit dedicated to serving the unique needs of homeless and very low-income women on Skid Row, and before that at Sanctuary for Families, New York’s leading service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking, and related forms of gender violence. While in New York, she interned for the NGO Working Group for Women, Peace and Security where she provided analysis for all United Nations Security Council meetings, reports and resolutions. She graduated from New York University with a Master of Science degree in Global Affairs, International Relations with a specialization in Gender, and from University of San Francisco with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology and Religious Studies, with a minor in Catholic Social Thought. She is also a former Jesuit volunteer, having served as a volunteer coordinator at St. Francis Center, a Los Angeles nonprofit that provides relief and support to homeless and low income individuals and families.
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At $2 million, the Hilton Humanitarian Prize remains the world’s largest humanitarian award. On October 14, more than 400 guests joined us to celebrate 20 years of the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize and to congratulate the 20th recipient, Seattle-based land rights organization, Landesa.