Hannah is a Wisconsin native and attended college at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, majoring in Public Administration. Hannah's love of service and social justice fuels her passion to translate education into community change. While in college, Hannah created and led disaster-relief service initiatives throughout the United States—including one that was created in a week and involved extensive travel and remote coordination.
Hannah moved to Colorado to continue pursuing her passion for civic engagement and earn a Master of Arts in Higher Education from the University of Denver. In addition to leadership roles in student advocacy, she worked with college students to design, implement and evaluate civic action projects in collaboration with community organizations.
After joining the Inspire U.S. team as a Program Coordinator, Hannah launched the Inspire Colorado program in June 2015 where she quickly demonstrated her strengths in program administration and data analysis. She was promoted to National Program Manager in February 2016 and leads program evaluation and strategic planning in addition to supporting state and regional staff. Additionally, Hannah was a member of the 2016 Millennial Trains Project cohort where she traveled across the country by train to learn more about young voters and the opportunities they embrace to create change.
Contact Hannah at hannah.mixdorf(at)inspire-usa.org.