Education, social science, parenting, literature/criticism, content addressed to a female and/or millennial audience.
Hannah received her M.Ed in 2014 after a rigorous program of study emphasizing the individual developmental trajectories of students with unique learning needs.
Hannah has completed 30 credit hours toward her MFA degree, which emphasizes a combination of critical inquiry and creative work. She will graduate in January of 2020.
Hannah has worked within the field of education for over ten years, and during that time has used writing in a variety of ways: she has developed training materials for seasoned educators including written articles and the written components of post-secondary coursework; she has composed essays and documented empirical research; she has drafted grant proposals and created clinical documentation of therapeutic interventions performed with children. From concise, academic literature to the conversational tone of an education-focused blog, Hannah brings both broad experience and deep expertise to writing work in this area.
As an MFA student and writer, Hannah's passion lies in creating content that women are excited to read, from critical analysis of literature which grapples with feminist themes, to the creation of literary fiction, essays, or web content aimed at a primarily female audience and/or told in a female voice.
Hannah has had the opportunity to create blog content for organizations within the education field, along with public facing marketing communication and org-wide publications. Hannah's greatest strength in this area is her ability to preserve the precision and detail needed to convey complex ideas while using a voice and tone appropriate to a general audience.