Hannah Sieber is co-founder and COO of EcoFlow Tech, where she is responsible for ensuring that consumers around the world, whatever their need, can purchase, receive, and enjoy the smartest mobile power products on the market without sacrificing a more sustainable, greener lifestyle. Hannah previously led the San Francisco Center for Economic Development’s Southern China effort, where she worked with Chinese companies across the Pearl River Delta on building and financing strategic projects in San Francisco. As a consultant at the The Parthenon Group, she focused on consumer private equity deals and worked with leading brands in both China and the U.S. Hannah, along with her co-founders, was recognized on the 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the energy sector.
Hannah has volunteered with several non-profit organizations in the past including: One Laptop per Child, where she spent four years working with the Durham, North Carolina chapter to improve computer literacy skills in the Durham Public Schools; Soluciones Comunitarias, where she volunteered in Nicaragua and worked to empower local Nicaraguan women to build and create their own social enterprises; and through Inspire, a volunteer organization that consults providing support to non-profit organizations focused on youth education and development. She is a graduate of Duke University, where she graduated with highest distinction, and is fluent in Chinese.