Hannah graduated from UC Berkeley in 2020 with a double major in Art History and Psychology. A Los Angeles native, she graduated cum laude from Harvard-Westlake High School before earning Highest Distinction at Berkeley with a GPA in the top 3% of her class. In college, Hannah applied her interest in perinatal health to work at Planned Parenthood’s Los Angeles headquarters and to serve as a research assistant coding legal, medical, and policy data around the evolution of the child welfare system. In her second year of research, she was promoted to lead other researchers in qualitative data analysis using MaxQDA. When her interests shifted to the art world in her junior year of college, Hannah began working at the Gagosian Gallery in San Francisco, helping to prepare exhibitions for the artists Robert Therrien, Richard Prince, and Giuseppe Penone. Soon after, she worked as a public relations assistant for clients such as the Contemporary Jewish Museum and FOG Design+Art, San Francisco’s leading contemporary art fair. Her art history studies culminated in the focus “Art and Social Engagement,” foregrounding ways in which artists have strategically used performance and public space in their work. Most recently, Hannah has committed to attending NYU Law School with a Dean’s Award Scholarship as a member of the Class of 2024. In her free time, she enjoys cooking with produce from her garden and practicing yoga and meditation. She is excited to use her diverse skillset to engage with and grow her students’ passions!

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How I spend my free time

community service