Hannah works on outdoor recreation policy with an emphasis on boosting youth engagement, promoting public health, and expanding diversity, equity and inclusion on public lands. She studied Political Science at Brown University and fell in love with the outdoors leading canoe trips over college summers in Canada. After school, she spent a year training with the U.S. National Rowing Team and won an under 23 World Championship. Then she was a Legislative Assistant for her hometown Congressman, Rep. Mike Doyle, covering health policy and leading the Congressional Autism Caucus. From canoeing down rapids in the Yukon, to camping in igloos, or backpacking in the Shenandoahs, she’s hooked on the outdoors and passionate about helping others discover, explore, and enjoy our outdoor spaces.