Hannah is an MBA candidate at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business with concentrations in social entrepreneurship and finance. This summer, she served as an MBA Fellow at American Ballet Theatre (ABT) in New York where she supported ABT’s strategic planning and built financial models to inform collective bargaining negotiations.
At Duke, Hannah serves as a co-leader for the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) Fellowship. She is also a team leader for the Coach K. Center on Leadership and Ethics Fellowship and a CASE Scholar. During her first year at Fuqua, Hannah served as a CASE Impact Investing Associate and MBA Games Outreach Director as well as on the Association of Women in Business Leadership Cabinet. She was also a Boston Consulting Group Fellow. In spring 2017, Hannah was selected by her classmates for the Authentic Engagement Award.
Prior to Fuqua, Hannah worked as Director of Development for the DC Youth Orchestra Program (DCYOP) in Washington, DC where she built a strategy that helped the organization achieve financial sustainability. She learned fundraising best practices while working at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Prior to the Kennedy Center, Hannah studied Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University where she graduated summa cum laude.
Hannah cares deeply about the performing arts and its unique ability to bring people from a variety of backgrounds together to share in a common human experience. After Fuqua, Hannah plans to continue her work in the performing arts.