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Hannah Harris Green



Hannah produces the podcasts “This Is Uncomfortable” and “Financially Inclined” at Marketplace. She started working with Marketplace as a freelancer, when she produced the "Breaking the Oath" series for “This Is Uncomfortable.” The series delved into the family life of Stewart Rhodes, who was convicted of inciting the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Since then she's helped pilot and produce “Financially Inclined,” Marketplace's first video podcast for teens and young adults, and lead “TIU” episodes about financial domination, reality TV and more.

Before joining Marketplace, Hannah reported on health, gender and surveillance. You can find her work on these topics on “Bodies” podcast from KCRW and “Science Vs” from Gimlet, as well as in print outlets including BBC Future, The Guardian, Vice and Quartz. She’s done some of her best work in the field, like when she went to West Virginia to report on harm reduction for “Bodies” and when she went to rural northeast India to report on population control on a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Her work has received recognition from the Pulitzer Center, Fulbright, the Online Journalism Awards, Third Coast, New York Festivals and Tribeca.

Hannah speaks French, Hindi and Urdu and loves it when she occasionally gets to use these languages in her work. In past lives, she has been a translator, a bicycle delivery person and a microfilm researcher. She is proud to be queer, neurodivergent, Jewish and Filipino.

Latest Stories (5)

LGBTQ people are more likely than ever to become parents. Is the fertility industry serving them?

Oct 16, 2019
LGBTQ people could be a big part of the market for assisted reproductive technology and some fertility businesses are learning to cater to their needs.

As artificial intelligence is used more and more for things like employee recruiting, a look at potential bias

Jan 17, 2019
Recruiting companies are removing race and gender from résumés to eliminate bias.
Recruiting companies are removing race and gender from résumés to eliminate bias.
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New NHS rule requiring patients to prove residency has implications for undocumented immigrants

May 21, 2018
The U.K.’s National Health Service provides free, universal healthcare to U.K. residents. In the past, the NHS would provide treatment without knowing patients’ residency status, but new rules put in place in October mean that clinics now must ask for identity documents up front to determine whether patients must pay for care. The most recent U.K. Department […]

Tijuana's hip food scene and affordable rent are enticing Californians to move south of the border

Jan 10, 2018
"An American can just be a dishwasher and live here like a king."
A sign directs pedestrians to the U.S. border crossing on Jan. 26, 2017 in Tijuana, Baja California. U.S. 
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