Hannah attended UC Santa Cruz and graduated with a BA in Anthropology in 2010. She worked as a full time volunteer for Notre Dame Mission Volunteers – Americorps from 2010-2012 as a Family Engagement Coordinator at a community school in Redwood City. Prior to this, she worked as a crisis counselor/reunification counselor for Seneca Center Family of Agencies in 2013. And before that, she worked as a high school Spanish and Latin American History teacher at Summerfield Waldorf school in Santa Rosa. Hannah enjoys listening to people’s stories and working with people to help them achieve their goals. She believes that everyone deserves a chance to achieve their version of success, and that helping in this process is a great use of her time and a way for her to learn as well. She believes that we all deserve a decent place to sleep, eat and feel safe, and that the availability of this is so incredibly limited and segregated. Hannah joined EDC to learn more about tenant rights and to advocate for people who are limited by a myriad of social and economic factors out of their control. She loves the team here and has been impressed by how friendly and helpful everyone is. Hannah speaks Spanish and French.