Hannah graduated from high school with honors in 2018 with a GPA of 4.6. She was inducted into the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) and was honored to be amongst the few in ceremony to receive a 2018 Maryland Scholars Certificate. Hannah was also chosen to receive the highest merit award from the Dream4It Foundation in that same year. She went on to continue her post-secondary education at Stevenson University, studying all aspects of Graphic Design. While at SU, she took membership in the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), both locally and nationally. Her excellence throughout her college experience and her magnetic positive personality have led her to accept the position of Vice President of the Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society (DAPi) at SU. Her name can also be found on her university’s Dean’s List. Now in her junior year at Stevenson, Hannah is poised and ready for what’s to come. Outside of her education, she has volunteered both at Kennedy Krieger Institute (KKI) and the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation (OIF), appearing on their websites, books, pamphlets and leaflets. WJZ-13, Al Jazeera America and Fox 45 have also highlighted aspects of Hannah’s life through interviews and news articles. Spreading and raising awareness about osteogenesis imperfecta Hannah has done all her life. Her hope is to uplift others dealing with what may appear as insurmountable circumstances. Prayer and faith are two absolute necessities of her life.
In her free time Hannah enjoys making tutorials and beauty/fashion/lifestyle videos on her YouTube channel (linked below). The channel was established in 2010 to inspire and encourage. It has now grown to over 10,000 subscribers. Hannah also enjoys connecting with close family and friends.