Hannah is an arts advocate and choral performer in the Seattle area. She received a bachelor's degree in Philosophy from the University of Washington and briefly attended Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland. She currently performs with and serves as an officer on the board of Seattle Pro Musica, an acclaimed choral group whose Artistic Director received The Mayor's Arts Award in 2018 for the organization's work to make the practice of choral music more accessible and inclusive. Pro Musica regularly performs with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and occasionally with the likes of Andrea Bocelli and Josh Groban. She has served on the artistic board of The Pocket Theater, a venue that is committed to developing new works and paying artists, and currently serves on the board of Ballyhoo Theatre, an organization that provides musical theatre training to children and young adults. Hannah recently ended a 3-year term as a Gregory Nominator, which gave her the opportunity to see many of the great (and not so great) things happening in Seattle theatre that she would like to support or improve.