Hannah grew up camping and canoeing in the forests and lakes of northern Wisconsin. As a junior in high school, she attended Conserve School and rediscovered her love of the Northwoods. During her college years, Hannah traveled to Laikipia, Kenya for a Conservation Biology course, where she studied the effects of grazing and fire on the Kenyan savannas. She also lived in Cambodia for three months, where she studied Khmer culture and language, and spent 6 weeks living on a sustainable farm. Hannah also participated in the Sustainability Leadership Semester at Goshen College’s environmental research center, during which she canoed the St. Joseph River watershed all the way to Lake Michigan. After graduating in May 2016, she worked as a fellow for a local non-profit organization in Goshen, doing climate change advocacy and community engagement work. She is very excited to combine her passions for sustainability and outdoor education as a teaching fellow at Conserve School. In her free time, Hannah enjoys writing poetry, running, baking bread, listening to podcasts, and daydreaming about her dogs.