Hannah is a senior at American University in Washington, D.C. pursuing a degree in International Studies with a minor in Communications. Hannah is focusing her studies for her major on international development and peace, global security and conflict resolution.
Hannah is a board member for the Northeast Maritime Institute Foundation - a non-profit which seeks to provide scholarship funding for students to further their maritime education and offer community maritime programming. She is currently the president of her university’s chapter of “Nourish International,” which is a nonprofit which partners with international organizations working on sustainable development projects.
Hannah just returned from Brussels, where she spent two months interning for the Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA) - an umbrella organization which draws together political leaders, academics, military officials, and diplomats to support NATO. During her time at the ATA, Hannah worked on a project focused on NATO’s Women, Peace and Security Task Force, and had the opportunity to interview NATO’s Special Representative for this Task Force - Clare Hutchinson.
Hannah has a strong passion for helping people within her interpersonal relationships, her community, and on the global scale. She is very excited to help bring Rockflower to Washington, D.C. with the goal of empowering both men and women on American University’s campus.