Hannah serves as an intermediary between policymakers, civic organizations, foundations, and social science researchers by facilitating relationships and engagement opportunities. Prior to her role at SSN, Hannah was a Research and Public Policy Fellow for the Women's City Club of New York, an advocacy and civic engagement organization, where she developed WCC’s 2017-2018 policy agenda. Before working in the policy arena, Hannah served as an AmeriCorps member for Metropolitan Family Service, in Portland, Oregon, as a Community Involvement Specialist at Oliver Elementary School, developing and implementing a service learning curriculum and an emergency food program. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a BA in Political Science and French. In 2016, Hannah received an MPA from The Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service at New York University.