Born and raised on Maui, Hannah leads Blue Planet’s Impact Projects, managing an adaptive suite of special projects that support Blue Planet’s mission to clear the path for 100% clean energy. As a skilled project manager, Hannah drives projects through all phases of program implementation, including planning, budgeting, execution, record-keeping, community engagement, evaluation, final reporting, and other activities to ensure project success at the highest level.
Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Social Sciences with a focus in Environmental Law and Politics from the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. Hannah is a certified LEED® Green Associate™, and is a member of Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE) and the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii Young Professionals Program.
Hannah previously worked at the Hawaii Nature Center as an environmental educator, teaching elementary and middle school students about the environment through interactive learning. She also helped establish two environmental summer camps aimed at providing middle school and high school students with an understanding of sustainable farming, film making, and environmental stewardship with Maui Huliau Foundation.
Hannah makes her own jewelry.
“I am passionate about the environment and my community. I’m surrounded by like-minded individuals, who are forward-thinking, idea-driven, highly collaborative, and dedicated to accelerating Hawaii towards 100 percent clean energy. I believe our team, will make a difference and continue to be a model for global change. I am excited to be an integral part of that journey!”