Hannah graduated from Michigan State University in 2017 with a BS in Genomics and Molecular Genetics and a minor in Health Promotion. During her undergraduate years, she was a research assistant in the Durbin Lab where she studied the relationship between parent and child temperament. She also worked as a student assistant at the MSU Genetics Clinic where she supported the genetic counselors in preparing appointments. Hannah gained advocacy experience by volunteering at the MSU Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention program as a hotline and outreach advocate. In her free time, she enjoys knitting, listening to audiobooks, and watching TV.