Born in 1999, Hannah was raised in Phoenix, Arizona and earned her B.A. in history with a minor in economics and certificate in Hebrew from Harvard College. After graduating, Hannah was a Junior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s American Statecraft Program, where she researched and wrote about practical solutions to a range of foreign policy challenges, paying close attention to the limits and constraints on American power. Throughout college, Hannah was involved with Harvard Hillel and an initiative to remotely support Israeli and Palestinian civil society organizations. Hannah worked in various research positions throughout college, where she supported authors and academics in their projects on topics including US military operations, tort law, and Jewish emigration trends. Hannah loves teaching and promoting civic engagement, and volunteered at a refugee shelter in Berlin, Germany as an IsraAID fellow in 2019 and traveled all over the world to staff Harvard Model Congress conferences throughout college.