Hana Urban joins the Shriver Center on Poverty Law with experience in social media management, journalism, and community organizing. Previously, they were a fact-checker at In These Times magazine, a nationally syndicated progressive publication centering labor and political news. Prior to that, Hana was a digital and housing organizer at Warehouse Workers for Justice, a Chicago-based workers center dedicated to unionizing working-class people.
Hana is a graduate of Northeastern Illinois University, where they graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English. Outside of work, Hana can be found at poetry readings or volunteering with mutual aid collectives throughout Chicago.