Get to Know… Hannah Henry

“I work at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy because I aim to make a positive impact on the community and advocate for justice and equality. I want my career to center around improving the lives of people in my community and providing a safe space to those who are marginalized or underserved.”


  • Hannah assists with asylum and special immigrant juvenile visas for children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned by one or both of their parents. She coordinates the Know Your Rights Orientations which provide the community with information about their rights in the United States as undocumented immigrants. She is also the lead fingerprinting specialist, fingerprinting for potential sponsors of unaccompanied minors to ensure that unaccompanied children are reunified safely with family members.
  • Before joining Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy in August 2022, Hannah spent three years as an English teaching assistant in a small rural community in the Valencian Community in Spain.


  • UNC Wilmington, Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Spanish, Minor in German
  • Study Abroad Semesters in La Universidad de Almeria in Almeria, Spain; University of Trier in Trier, Germany; and La Universidad de San Francisco de Quito in Quito, Ecuador