Hannah has worked for the Center for Green Schools since April of 2012. Hannah manages and coordinates the growth and quality of the USGBC Students program. She focuses on supporting the network of dedicated student and professional volunteers that promote the USGBC Students program mission to transform campuses, communities, and careers.
Before coming home to the Washington, DC area to work for USGBC, she was an outdoor environmental educator with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. In this position, she lived and worked on Smith Island, a small, secluded watermen’s community in the Chesapeake Bay. Hannah taught groups of students of all ages about Chesapeake Bay ecology and the importance of environmental stewardship through multi-day field trips involving outdoor adventures and Chesapeake Bay culture. Hannah also has experience working in organic agriculture and as a field organizer on a congressional campaign, which allowed her to explore many aspects of sustainability and advocacy.
Hannah graduated from the College of William and Mary with a degree in Government and Environmental Studies, with a concentration in policy. She enjoys hiking on the C&O canal, kayaking, and making crafts of any kind.