Hannah Weilbacher is an organizer and advocate serving American Jewish World Service as the Program Officer for Jewish Advocacy and Engagement. Prior to joining AJWS, Hannah worked at the Jewish Social Justice Roundtable, a coalition of progressive organizations pursuing social justice from a Jewish perspective. She has been a community organizer for a number of campaigns and causes, and she was the chief organizer for the groundbreaking DC Paid Family Leave Campaign with Jews United for Justice. She was also a field organizer for a winning congressional campaign in New Hampshire. Hannah believes in the power of organizing and building relationships that lead to meaningful action. She holds a B.A. in politics from Oberlin College and is originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia.