Hannah graduated from North Dakota State University in the spring of 2019 with a BS in psychology with minors in neuroscience and religious studies. Throughout her time as an undergraduate, she worked in the NDSU Visual Cognitive Neuroscience Lab under Benjamin Balas, PhD where she studied unfamiliar face perception. She also interned for a summer in the Harvard Intergroup Neuroscience Lab under Mina Cikara, PhD working on projects relating to intergroup empathy between political parties.
She currently works as a research coordinator in the Stanford Graduate School of Business Behavioral Lab facilitating research on behalf of faculty and students in the department. Hannah is interested in researching religion and culture from a social psychological perspective.