Hannah grew up in Susanville, California, where she developed her interest in agriculture and law. This was due, in part, to her jobs as a teenager on her father's nursery farming operation. Whether it was working with the crew in the field, filling in as an office assistant, or even spending a summer as the water truck driver, she experienced a variety of positions as an agricultural employee, and she was in the unique position to also witness the challenges posed to her father as an employer. This drove her decision to pursue a career in employment law and maintain her ties to the agriculture industry.
While in law school, Hannah developed an interest in estate planning after learning the value of avoiding probate. She values the autonomy and peace of mind that developing an individualized estate plan can provide.
In her free time, Hannah enjoys whiskey tasting and playing video games with her husband, creating floral designs for weddings, and chasing her two mutts around the house. When she has the time, she also edits photos of dogs for Sacramento Shelter Pets Alive.
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D.
Accelerated Honors Program Graduate
Order of the Coif
Traynor Honor Society
Anthony M. Kennedy Fellowship full-ride scholarship recipient
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, B.S. in Agricultural Communication with a minor in Sustainable Agriculture
SacLegal - Sacramento's LGBTQ+ Bar Association