Stephen Hanmer '05
Areas of counseling expertise: International human rights, including child rights, humanitarian engagement, program implementation, policy, advocacy, research and partnerships; national and international NGOs, including the United Nations.
Stephen Hanmer (J.D., M.S.W.) previously worked for UNICEF leading the organization’s global initiatives with legislative branches of government and religious communities, including the development of global guidance for over 160 country offices. Stephen’s previous international human rights experiences include serving as a Child Protection Advisor for the International Rescue Committee’s programs in Burundi, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Lebanon, Liberia, the occupied Palestinian Territory, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania. Stephen also worked for national and international NGOs in programs for vulnerable and at-risk children in the United States, Pakistan, India, and Brazil. Stephen graduated from Yale University with a degree in History and received his Law and Social Work degrees from Columbia University.
Stephen generally meets with students on-campus. You can request an appointment via email. Please e-mail your resume to Stephen before your meeting.