Bio: Hannah is a Ph.D. student in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley and a Graduate Research Fellow with the National Science Foundation. She graduated from Stanford University in 2014 with a B.S. in Earth Systems - an interdisciplinary program that combines environmental science, economics, and policy. Prior to graduate school, Hannah worked for a national anti-poverty organization, where she researched the impacts of government tax, transfer, and health programs on low-income families.
Research: Hannah aims to generate policy-relevant solutions in the areas of poverty, hunger, and the sustainable use of resources. Her research interests include food and nutrition security, rural development, the environmental impacts of agriculture, and quantitative analysis of social programs and development policies.
Fields of Interest: Food security, rural development, environmental impacts of agriculture