Hannah grew up in Warner Robins, a small town in middle Georgia, where she and her siblings were the only Jewish children around. She is a graduate of The University of Georgia, where she earned degrees in both Social Media Theory and Music Business.
Hannah has served as In the City Camps (ITC) Summer Camp Music Specialist since 2015. She has a passion for helping campers try new things, empowering others to become leaders in their camp community (and beyond), and believes in joyful Judaism and creating a Kehillah Kadosha!
In the fall of 2019, Hannah joined the ITC team full-time, currently serving as the Program Director. Hannah creates unique and fun curriculum that is implemented in virtual and in-person programming. She also facilitates all ITC@Home Virtual Camps and has become a familiar friendly face in hundreds of campers’ homes. Hannah also manages community outreach, cultivating meaningful partnerships with other organizations, managing staff recruitment, and finding resources to support ITC’s mission and culture throughout the community. Hannah is also an expert in creating music culture at camp, serving as ITC Song Leader and loves leading music programs throughout the community.
Hannah is now putting her education to the ultimate test — zealously managing her career as an independent artist! She’s currently in two bands that tour around the country (ZALE and The Pussywillows).