After receiving a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, Hannah traveled and worked throughout Europe. She later attended St. John’s University and obtained a master’s degree in childhood education with dual certification in teaching English to speakers of other languages.
While studying at St. Johns, Hannah received a Fulbright scholarship and studied throughout Vietnam and Argentina
Hannah strives to maintain an ethos which is inspired by the Reggio Emilia understanding. She believes that children should learn in the spirit of diversity, understanding and kindness while free to cultivate wonder and reflect in the quiet heart of nature.
Hannah is a certified forest school educator. She lives in Southold, New York with her children and animals.