As Nuvera continues to grow, we are happy to introduce you to Hanna.
Hanna is joining Nuvera after recently earning her MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business with a Certificate in Health Sector Management (HSM). Last summer, she completed her MBA internship with Alexion’s Global Product Communications team. Prior to Duke, Hanna obtained a Master of Law in Chinese Politics, Foreign Policy, and International Relations from Tsinghua University and a Bachelor of Arts in Transcultural Communications in English/Spanish from the University of Graz. Hanna has extensive experience in the PR and government affairs space. In her last role, she advised a wide range of Fortune 500 clients, including Procter & Gamble and Mead Johnson, on how to position their brands in the China market.
Hanna was born and raised in Graz, Austria, while her family is originally from China. Growing up between two worlds, she’s always had a natural curiosity for other cultures and a passion for learning foreign languages. She now speaks five languages and has lived in five countries. In her free time, Hanna enjoys the simple things in life: exploring a new travel destination, testing out a hiking trail, finding an exciting read, marveling at beautiful art at the Met or MoMA or enjoying good (homemade) food in good company.
Motivation for Joining Nuvera
“Growing up my grandma – a pre-med pharmacy professor – has been one of the biggest influences in my life. Her empathy and kindness towards others, as well as knowledge of medical science and strive towards excellence, have inspired me and made me the person I am today. My main motivation for obtaining an MBA at Duke was to learn about the underlying complexities of the U.S. healthcare market and what challenges both patients and manufacturers face. I wanted to be part of the solution and find a purpose-driven organization where my contributions can make a meaningful and positive difference on people’s lives. I am so excited to join the Nuvera family and grateful for the rare opportunity to help create and shape support programs and resources for a better patient experience.”