Teaching is an opportunity to learn from and with my students. Students bring so much passion and curiosity about the world around them—it’s my goal to support them to develop a deeper understanding of the world and themselves, and to act to improve the world. In turn, they teach me so much about the world and myself, and inspire me to do the same.”
“I remember learning that atoms and molecules are mostly empty space. I looked down at my desk in chemistry class and was blown away at how it could hold up my notebook. That was when I fell in love with chemistry and how it explained the world around me.”
Hannah began tutoring younger students in math and science when she was in high school. She taught middle school science at LearningWorks in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for two summers. She then returned to teach a Leadership Academy class focused on community service, high school readiness, and social justice. While studying at Johns Hopkins, she worked as a teaching assistant for a freshman chemistry class for one semester and as a lead course assistant for a computer science class for two years.
She will begin her first year of teaching at Half Moon Bay High School during the 2021–2022 school year.
Through Americorps, Hannah spent one year volunteering with College Possible Minnesota as a high school senior coach. In this role, she empowered students from low-income backgrounds on their path to and through college.
Hannah is passionate about volleyball. She won an NCAA National Championship and continues to play outdoor volleyball and coach youth volleyball.
- Johns Hopkins University (Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry)
- Stanford University (Master of Arts in Education in Teaching Chemistry)