At Redstone, Hannah has worked with clients to integrate climate action into their strategic priorities, develop dynamic business models and fundraising strategies, and synthesize lessons learned from complex investments into actionable insights. She emphasizes participatory and empathetic approaches to her work while striving to integrate rigorous and resourceful analyses.

Before joining Redstone, Hannah studied history, economics, and energy studies at Yale University, graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. At Yale, her research focused especially on agriculture, fisheries, and climate resilience. Her professional and academic experiences range from contributing to Connecticut’s marine spatial plan and writing a history of Cuban sea sponge fishing to running lab experiments and social science fisheries research at a marine research center in the Bahamas.

In her free time, she enjoys biking, board games, and trivia nights. She lives in San Francisco, California, and is originally from Arlington, Virginia.