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About

Hannah is from Virginia and graduated from Georgetown with a degree in Science, Technology as well as International Affairs.

After college, she worked for a year as a research assistant and study coordinator in DC for a non-profit clinic that focused on caring for LGBTQ+ patients and those with HIV. After excelling as a medical student where she was inducted into the AOA Honor Society and received multiple awards including the Janet M. Glasgow award for the woman who places top in her class, she completed her internship in Internal Medicine at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego. She has since served as a General Medical Officer with the Navy, working to provide women’s health care and general medical care as well as leadership to multiple squadrons under her leadership as well as service that included deployment to Kuwait. During her time in service, she received the Humanitarian Service Medal for her work during COVID-19 operations as well as the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her performance during her deployment. She is interested in pursuing a career in Infectious Disease with a focus on medical education.

Hannah enjoys skiing, hiking, running, sailing, and is matching with Abigail who will be a resident in Orthopedics.

Education

Medical School: Cornell University
Undergraduate: Georgetown University