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About Hannah

Hannah is a coach and workplace culture consultant certified in applied positive psychology, the study of wellbeing. She focuses on making work more equitable, effective, and enjoyable and has supported a variety of clients including fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, federal staff, electrical contractors, wealth managers, emergency medicine professionals, and Congressional offices.


From sports teams to social movements, Hannah has always been fascinated by what it takes for a group of people to work well together to achieve big goals. And while we’re pursuing big goals, how can we live our best lives along the way? She approaches workplace culture at the intersection of

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She served as program manager for 3 years for The Bridge Program, a career navigation support hub for people of color, LGBTQ folks, and people with disabilities in the environmental sector. 

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In 2016, she founded Pride Outside, now the main hub for LGBTQ outdoor inclusion initiatives with federal agencies and conservation nonprofits.

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Hannah co-founded the LGBTQ Outdoor Summit, a biennial 3-day conference for LGBTQ environmental professionals to boost representation and inclusion outdoors.

She served as Senior Representative for Partnerships at The Wilderness Society, leading a strategic planning initiative to root relationships in equity by designing new systems of staff learning, knowledge sharing, and coordination. Previously, she was a legislative advisor to Congressman Mike Doyle, covering health, foreign affairs, immigration, and more, and was Staff Director of the Congressional Autism Caucus. She lives in Washington, DC with her wife.


 Hannah earned a BA in Political Science from Brown University and is certified in coaching and applied positive psychology.

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