Program Assistant, Sustainable Energy and Environment
Hannah works with Jose Aguto to develop legislation on sustainable energy and environmental protection. She also works with FCNL's program on the Peaceful Prevention of Deadly Conflict to identify and address the links between climate change and conflict.
Hannah is a 2012 graduate of Haverford College where she received a BA with highest honors in political science. She wrote her thesis on the role of electoral politics in foreign policy, examining Senate voting patterns authorizing the recent wars in Kosovo and Libya. She was a 2010-2011 Fellow at the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress, and has previously worked for the Foreign Policy Research Institute, a think tank in Philadelphia. Hannah is originally from Chicago and a graduate of the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools.
When not reading the news to keep on top of all the latest in political gossip, Hannah can be found riding her bike, playing baseball, or doing a crossword puzzle.Learn more about the FCNL internship program. See what Hannah has been writing on Of Peace and Politics.