Hannah has been a high school math teacher for 12 years. She got her start as a Teach for America Corps Member in Washington, DC where she taught 9th grade Algebra, and has spent the last 10 years teaching every course in the high school math sequence at Achievement First–Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus, AP Statistics, AP Calculus, and SAT Math. Six years ago, she also got certified as a special educator, broadening her skill set to support exceptional learners. In addition to teaching, she is now an instructional coach, leading the Math Department and coaching math teachers to improve their pedagogy. Hannah has 6 years of private tutoring experience, tutoring middle school math up through Precalculus, both in person and on Zoom (after a year and a half of Zoom school during the pandemic, she’s gotten quite comfortable using all that the internet has to offer to create powerful digital math learning experiences!). Hannah graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in Political Science, then got an MA in Teaching from American University (Secondary Math) and an MA in Teaching from Relay Graduate School of Education (Middle School Generalist). Outside of work, Hannah enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, reading, exploring the outer boroughs, and finding the best donuts the city has to offer.