Hannah was born and raised in Colorado Springs and has recreated throughout the state since she was a child. Growing up in Colorado instilled a sense of personal responsibility in maintaining the treasured resources in the state. She is looking forward to serving on the Board of CCLC to continue the work in protecting the Clear Creek Watershed, one of the more trafficked areas from the ever-growing population on the Front Range. A strong advocate for local engagement, Hannah is involved in her community in Edgewater, where she serves on the city’s board of Parks and Recreation and volunteers for community events. Hannah is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Administration at the University of Colorado Denver, concentrating in Environmental Policy, Management, and Law. She enjoys spending her time adventuring with her husband, John, and terrier rescue, Durango.