"Being able to break through boundaries in mental health research alongside a team of dedicated, passionate minds makes working for COMPASS a uniquely inspiring experience. COMPASS is driven by a patient-centric desire to reduce mental health challenges and you can feel this energy on a day-to-day basis "

Hannah Tadley

Clinical Project Coordinator (North America)

Hannah is responsible for ensuring clinical trial operations run smoothly and efficiently in North America.

Prior to joining COMPASS, Hannah was the Clinical Coordinator for the Gait & Motion Analysis Lab at the New York Department of Veteran Affairs where she managed several innovative prosthetic studies, including a nationwide survey to better understand the unique needs of women with amputations. Before the Veterans Affairs, she provided operational support at a Contract Research Organization focusing on ophthalmology research. Hannah has had experience facilitating operations in Pilot to Phase IV clinical trials, which included managing on-site recruitment, regulatory procedures, clinical documentation, and more. Hannah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Community Health and Child Development from Tufts University.

"Being able to break through boundaries in mental health research alongside a team of dedicated, passionate minds makes working for COMPASS a uniquely inspiring experience. COMPASS is driven by a patient-centric desire to reduce mental health challenges and you can feel this energy on a day-to-day basis "