Hannah joined The College of Global Studies in 2018 as a Program Manager for Australia and STEM Summer Research and was promoted to the role of Assistant Director of Health, Safety, and Security in 2019. As the Assistant Director, Hannah is responsible for supporting students' health and safety needs in collaboration with the Student Services team and Arcadia's in-country staff, as well as promoting The College’s health, safety, and security protocols and policies. Prior to coming to Arcadia, Hannah served as a Resident Director at Kutztown University. In this role, she was responsible for managing a large on campus residence hall and for responding to student emergencies 24/7, an experience that provided Hannah with a compassionate perspective for working with college students.
Hannah's zeal for education abroad grew from a variety of international experiences. She participated in an exchange program in Germany as a high school student, studied abroad as an undergraduate for a summer in London, Salzburg, Vienna, Venice, and Rome, and lived and worked in the Czech Republic as an English teacher and Admissions Counselor for a TEFL certification school. Hannah often reflects on the helpful people that assisted her in her international endeavors and values her role in ensuring student’s health and confidence in their travels in addition to assisting students, their families, and The College when the unexpected occurs abroad.
Hannah holds a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in German and a M. Ed. in Student Affairs in Higher Education Administration, both from Kutztown University.