Hannah is a coordinator for leadership development and community engagement. She joined the Holden Center team in 2019 after graduating from Bowling Green State University, receiving her masters in higher education and student affairs.
Before coming to Eugene, Hannah graduated with a BFA in fiber arts and material studies from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She then served as an AmeriCorps member in New Orleans, helping families return home after Hurricane Katrina. Hannah is a painter and fiber artist and spends much of her time outside of work running her small business. Her other hobbies include reading, tending to her many plants, and snuggling with her pup, Finn.
Hannah is excited to be part of the Holden Center team and learn more about the relationships between the UO and the local community. She focuses on how to engage more students across campus to ensure the Holden Center's programs are creating an inclusive space where students feel they belong and can make a difference.