Hannah Durack serves as a senior program associate in the Arts and Cultural Heritage program at The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. In this role she manages a diverse national portfolio in the areas of dance, theater, and international exchange, as well as cross-sector initiatives including the Foundation's Comprehensive Organizational Health Initiative. Prior to joining the Foundation, Ms. Durack worked for the Australia Council for the Arts in theater, community partnerships, and international market development. She currently serves on the advisory circle for Spiderwoman Theater, the longest running Native American theater company in the US, and is a member of the inaugural advisory board for the Art and Disability Institute, an initiative of Art Beyond Sight. She began her career as an actor and ensemble member in theater, film, and television in Australia. Ms. Durack is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania's Executive Program in Arts and Cultural Strategy, and holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Southern Queensland.