Hannah joined MCNASA in 2015. Her time spent as Associate Director with MNCASA, her previous experience with community-based advocacy, program development and supervision, training development and facilitation, community-based primary prevention initiatives, and multi-disciplinary response team facilitation has prepared her well for her current role. Hannah also provides leadership to MNCASA’s Advocacy, Membership and Prevention (AMP) team. Hannah’s academic background focused on psychology, sociology, and Human Services Planning and Administration.
Hannah re-energizes with yoga, cooking, and spending time with her family.