Hannah joined CLA in January 2019 as a Law Fellow, co-employed by CLA and Environmental Action Center. Hannah is now a full time Staff Attorney working on the Pro Bono Services program. Prior to joining CLA, Hannah worked for Maryland Department of the Environment where she collaborated with the U.S. Climate Alliance, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, and the Maryland Commission on Climate Change to analyze and develop successful climate policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Maryland. Prior to MDE, Hannah volunteered with CLA to analyze the legal foundations of citizen complaints and evaluate strategies for states to employ in their Chesapeake Bay TMDL Phase III Watershed Implementation Plans. In college, Hannah studied the impacts of mill dam removal, and the stream restoration that follows, on macroinvertebrates in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Hannah holds a J.D. and Masters in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School. Earning a Certificate in Water Resources Law, Hannah focused both of her degrees on the impacts of agriculture on water resources in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Hannah holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Elizabethtown College.