Hannah Clark Steiman is a Senior Associate at Innosight, where she has worked in sectors ranging from health care to media to energy. Within health care, she has worked with both pharmaceutical and medical device companies on short-term strategy, long-term strategy, strategy implementation, business model design, and new product launches.

Hannah brings a diverse background in journalism and strategic communications to Innosight. At the Clinton Global Initiative, she wrote speeches for President Bill Clinton and developed and implemented the organization’s communications strategy. During CGI’s Annual Meeting, which attracts more than 1,000 CEOs, nonprofit leaders and heads of state, Hannah managed a team of 50+ people responsible for media strategy and logistics. She frequently advised CGI members on media strategy and has written speeches for notable figures ranging from Usher to Paul Kagame.

Before CGI, she worked as an editor at Inc. magazine, overseeing sections on technology, innovation and leadership. She also covered corporate governance, executive pay and management for Forbes.

Hannah has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, an MA in Business and Economic Journalism from New York University, and a BA in history from Macalester College.

Hannah grew up on a commune in Vermont. She is a certified yoga teacher, and enjoys cooking, swimming and gardening.



“Fitness Chains Feel the Burn as Startups Disrupt the Industry,” Bloomberg Businessweek, February 2014.

“Why 2014 Will Finally Be the Year of the Online Grocer,” Bloomberg Businessweek, January 2014.

“Apple’s iWatch Will Need Killer Apps,” Bloomberg Businessweek, November 2013.