Hannah will be supporting Advocates for Children and Youth’s (ACY) policy work, with a focus on education and youth justice reform. For the past year, Hannah has been working as a fellow for ACY, assisting with youth justice advocacy and helping staff the Maryland Youth Justice Coalition.
Hannah comes to ACY with a strong voice for systemic change and has given powerful testimony in support of youth justice reform over the past two legislative sessions. Hannah brings a keen health equity lens to highlight how trauma hinders young people’s ability to learn and affects how children behave through the earning of her Master’s degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from the University of Maryland, College Park.