Hannah’s research has been published in the Journal of Law and Social Policy, the Journal of Technology and Human Services, and the Journal of International Women’s Studies. Her writing has appeared in the Hamilton Review of Books and Cyclista Zine.

She is currently a Project Researcher for Campaign 2000, a national network that aims to eradicate child and family poverty in Canada. The project, Localizing Canada’s Commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals, explores local and community-driven approaches to poverty reduction in the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Hannah holds an M.A. in Gender Studies and Feminist Research from McMaster University and a B.A. in Sociology and Gender and Women’s Studies from the University of King’s College/Dalhousie University.

Her recent projects include community-based research and project coordination at Welcome Inn Community Centre, research assistance for McMaster University’s School of Social Work, and research consultation for Community Justice Initiatives.