Hannah earned her B.A. from California State University, Northridge in Child and Adolescent Development with a minor in Psychology. She went on to complete her M.A. in Education with an emphasis in Human Development and Psychology at UCLA. While earning her master’s, Hannah’s research focused on the role of school ethnic composition, specifically school diversity and numerical representation of students’ own ethnic groups, in shaping identity development and sense of belonging and safety at school. Her research stems from a passion for supporting diversity in education.
As a graduate student Hannah served as a College Academic Mentor, advising life and physical science majors in PEERS. After earning her master’s she joined the URC-Sciences as a Student Affairs Advisor for PEERS.
A Los Angeles native, Hannah loves to explore her hometown. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, fitness, drinking too much coffee, listening to podcasts, and spending time with loved ones.