Hannah is a Research Associate, with experience working directly with children of all ages and supporting research about building skills to optimize children’s social development. She has conducted literature reviews, analyzed data, and established an organized repository of relevant, credible data for publication.
Most recently, Hannah worked with students who were new to the classroom, and facilitated essential skill building, including independence, interpersonal skills, and decision making. She is passionate about using translational research to promote healthy development, especially for
children who have been overlooked.
Hannah holds a B.A. from Emory University in Psychology.
In her free time, she enjoys exercise and self-care, trying new restaurants and recipes, and rooting for the Sixers.