Program Manager, mSTAR
Hannah J. Skelly is a Program Manager for the Mobile Solutions, Technical Assistance and Research (mSTAR) program in the Digital Development Unit at FHI 360. For the past ten years, Skelly has worked with donors, private partners and governments to provide technical support, lead project design and implement programs in education, health and ICT4D. Her current work with mSTAR focuses on digital health interventions and digital inclusion research activities, ranging from a large-scale study on mobile access and use in Mozambique to a macro-level assessment of innovative business models to bridge the digital divide.
Prior to joining FHI 360, Skelly managed a portfolio of grants programs for USAID and CAMRIS International and supported operations, data analytics and reporting for early-grade reading and educational assessment at the American Institutes for Research. She began her career with the World in Transition Flagship program, a teacher training and curriculum development initiative at the Southern Center for International Studies (World Affairs Councils of America).
Skelly has an MA in Development Economics from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a BA in History and Political Science from Emory University.