Hannah Phillips


Hannah has worked in nature conservation for many years, most recently as an Area Manager for the RSPB in Cambridgeshire, where she oversees the local team and conservation operations which she believes includes looking after some of the best places for nature in the country. Ensuring that our wild places are special places for people and nature is an important part of her work.

Hannah has a particular interest in threatened bird species and has worked on projects recovering some of Cambridgeshire’s rarest bird species including the corncrake and black-tailed godwit. She is particularly interested in how, by working through partnerships, she can support Natural Cambridgeshire to achieve its Doubling Nature vision to increase the area of habitat for wildlife in the county.