Kat Hanna

Research Manager

Centre for London

Kat is research manager at Centre for London, where she works on housing, innovation, and London politics.

She has worked on London policy issues since 2011, as a parliamentary researcher in the office of a London MP and as public affairs manager at London Chamber of Commerce. Kat has a Theology and Religious Studies degree from Cambridge University and an MSc from the School of Oriental and African Studies. Kat is the author of Spaces to Think : The changing geography of London's Knowledge Economy. 


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