Hannah is a senior at Harvard University, studying History and Science, with a focus on medicine and society. She is passionate about outdoor education and ran Harvard's oldest and largest outdoor orientation program comprised of over 500 participants and 100 leaders. She took the last year off from Harvard and moved to Paris to complete field research for her thesis in Paris hospitals and worked full time as a babysitter and a mentor through MIT. Before Harvard, Hannah took a gap year exploring South East Asia and Central America, teaching English, working at a surf hostel, and taking care of animals at a Safari Park. In High School, Hannah was a three season athlete, running cross-country and indoor and outdoor track. She graduated in the top 5% of her class and received awards for her work in service and inclusivity at her high school. Passionate about working with children, and the power of inclusive and creative teaching, Hannah is super excited to be a mentor with Curious Cardinals!
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