Hanna is a broadcast journalist and researcher from Belarus. She started her career at the only independent Belarusian TV channel Belsat, where she worked as a correspondent from London, Prague, Vilnius, Warsaw and the EU Parliament in Brussels, among others. Hanna later moved on to work as an investigative journalist, focusing on financial and money laundering issues. Highlights of her work include exposing state-level corruption in infrastructure in Belarus and reporting on money laundering in the London real estate market, with a focus on post-Soviet countries. She was a recipient of the prestigious Vaclav Havel Fellowship at Radio Free Europe, as well as the Nordic Council international scholarship. Her final project at Brunel University London won the Peter Caws Prize as the best postgraduate dissertation. In her academic research, Hanna focuses on monitoring and analysing Russian disinformation tools, and measuring their reach and effectiveness.