Hannah, as MNCASA’s Interim Executive Director, is responsible for ensuring that programming is mission-focused and member-driven, implementing and carrying out the organization’s strategic plan, engaging communities in effective and meaningful ways, providing overall strategic guidance and leadership for the organization, and safeguarding MNCASA’s strong voice in the movement. She has been a part of the MNCASA staff since 2015.
Over the past decade Hannah has provided direct services; created, implemented, and supported model sexual assault prevention programming across the state; helped shape best practices for Minnesota’s advocacy training; and managed and developed mission-focused programming within nonprofits. Hannah has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology, and is nearing completion of her master’s degree in human services planning and administration. Much of her academic work has focused on cultural responsiveness and community-based movement organizing.
When not at work, Hannah re-energizes with yoga, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends