Hannah recently graduated with distinction from Stanford University, where she received a BA in History (concentrating in US History) and completed a Spanish minor. After studying abroad for two quarters in Madrid, she wrote her history honors thesis on Spanish immigration to Tampa, Florida at the turn of the twentieth century. Hannah spent her senior year researching for the American Voices Project at Stanford’s Center on Poverty and Inequality, where she conducted in-depth interviews of study participants from across the country and qualitatively coded data to illuminate themes about the several crises Americans are currently facing. At Stanford, she also taught as a TA in the Sociology Department and researched at Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation. In her free time, Hannah enjoys reading, playing the violin, and traveling.
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