Hanne Dalmut is the Senior Director of Partnerships at Concordia, and serves on the organization’s senior leadership team in support of organization-wide impact and growth in support of its mission to strengthen public-private partnerships for positive impact. As Senior Director, she oversees Concordia’s Membership, Sponsorship, and Programming Partnership relationships and, working with her team, ensures that Concordia’s year-round work connects back to its mission of building partnerships for social impact. She also manages the P3 Impact Award, an annual award created by Concordia, the University of Virginia Darden School Institute for Business in Society, and the U.S. Department of State Secretary’s Office of Global Partnerships to recognize and honor best practices of public-private partnerships (P3s) that are improving communities and the world in the most impactful ways, in addition to the Concordia Action Alliance and Action Fund, which catalyzes partnerships in the natural disaster and global health response space. Hanne regularly represents the organization publicly and contributes to global coalition work through her expertise on public-private partnerships and cross-sector collaboration.
Hanne joined Concordia in 2016 as the Director of Social Impact, where she helped to implement the organization’s Campaign Against Labor Trafficking and the Campaign for a Sustainable Global Food Supply, and later became its Senior Director of Partnership Development, leveraging Concordia’s year-round programming, partnership-oriented research, and global network to develop cross-sector collaboration that combats global challenges and achieves positive social impact. This followed experience with the U.S. Institute of Peace and the PeaceTech Lab, an offshoot of the Institute dedicated to conflict prevention through the innovative application of data, technology, and media. At the Institute, and later the Lab, Hanne worked on strategic initiatives and partnership building within the peacebuilding space, to include supporting the 2014 U.S. National Defense Panel and several of the Institute’s senior working groups. Additional professional experience includes internships at the State Department, the European Parliament, and the Council on Foreign Relations.
Hanne earned her Master’s from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, where she focused on the nexus of diplomacy and defense in the transatlantic relationship. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science from Truman State University (Kirksville, MO), and has language skills in German, French, and Turkish.