Hanley Fultz

Program Associate

Prior to joining CommonHealth ACTION, Hanley worked as a Program Associate at the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University, where he contributed to various international development programs that aimed to increase uptake in family planning and reduce gender-based violence among young fathers. Prior to his career in international development, Hanley has extensive experience working abroad, namely in Taiwan and Japan, where he taught English to middle school students. Hanley holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies and Politics from Earlham College and his Masters in International Development from American University. He is based in CommonHealth ACTION’s Washington, DC headquarters.