Hannah joined Wagner Hodgson Landscape Architecture in 2011 and has ten years of broad experience including institutional and mixed-use design; design for urban riverfronts, public parks, and greenroofs; planning for campuses, public greenspace, transportation, and watersheds; and riparian, forest, and wetland restoration. She is an advocate of active transportation, and strives to create vibrant urban communities and campuses that provide safe interactions between pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles. Hannah received her Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Minnesota in 2007, which fused her scientific knowledge of the landscape to her drive to reflect each site’s natural and social character in design. After receiving her MLA, she practiced in Minnesota and Massachusetts prior to work at WHLA’s Vermont office. Her collaborative, ecologically-minded approach allows her to create detailed, high-performing design solutions for campuses and communities. Hannah is a past president of the Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.