Hannah D. Pasqualini
Advocate & Founder
 

Hannah Pasqualini spent her childhood working directly with her mother, founder of Nation's Missing Children Organization, Inc., and the National Center for Missing Adults. A fixture at the office, as a child, employees referred to Hannah as "Junior CEO" of the agency.

 

A born advocate, Hannah has assisted with providing advocacy services to families of missing persons, unsolved homicides, and unidentified cases to include special events, memorial planning, and child identification events throughout Arizona.

 

Being introduced to advocacy at such an early age and living through her own nightmare as a crime victim, Hannah is outspoken on behalf of victim's rights and the need for justice to help begin the healing process.

 

As Founder of Missing Leads, Hannah has learned first-hand how to effectively advocate for victims, creating an experienced team to help give victims a voice in their search for justice.

 

Growing up, Hannah Pasqualini was known as the "Junior CEO" with the employees at the National Center for Missing Adults, formerly located in Phoenix, AZ. She even had her own workspace and name badge.

 

At age 12, Hannah wrote this press release as a memorial to Jim Cox, KTVK News 3 cameraman, and friend, who died with pilot Scott Bowerbank in a tragic helicopter collision with local ABC KNXV News 15 pilot Craig Smith and photojournalist Rock Krolick on board. 

 

To this day, all are missed. 

 

 

2010 - present

2010 - present