As the Future Earth Network Associate based in the Future Earth USA Global Hub, Hannah supports the network aspects of the Future Earth Membership Portal and the Sustainability and Innovation Congress, in addition to other operations of Future Earth in Boulder, Colorado. Before joining Future Earth, Hannah split her time between seasonal work as a naturalist and deckhand on boats in Alaska and climate, infrastructure and development policy research. During this period, she worked as a Junior Researcher on the Climate Proofing Growth and Development Program at Oxford Policy Management in New Delhi, as a research intern for the Reconnecting Asia Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington D.C., and as a research intern at The Arctic Institute, where she continues to write a weekly news analysis piece. Hannah holds a degree in Evolutionary Biology and Ecology and certificates in Hydrology and South Asian Studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder. As a student, she also studied snow hydrology as an intern at the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research and researched organizational networks in the context of disaster risk reduction as a Research Assistant to a PhD student in the Global Projects and Organizations research group.