- Class of 2019
- Major Business Administration
Hannah is proud to continue her family’s legacy of receiving a Jesuit education from Loyola. “After switching my major twice, I made it a priority to take time to reflect on what I enjoyed about school. After serious discernment, I realized that what gave me that jolt of energy was making connections with people. I knew that whatever path I eventually chose, a degree in business management would allow me to have a career centered around relationships with other people,” says Hannah, who is originally from Baltimore. Last summer she gained valuable professional and philanthropic experience by interning at the Johns Hopkins University development and alumni relations office. After graduation, Hannah is moving to Boston to pursue a career in fundraising and development, a path she says she came to because of her personal experience and involvement with advancement at Loyola. Small class sizes and a tight-knit campus community have allowed her to learn, grow, and stay involved on campus throughout her time here. She currently serves as the senior class president, the secretary of Greyhound Ambassadors, and the logistics manager for the senior class gift. Hannah’s advice to Loyola students is to try many different things on campus and cherish every moment, because four years fly by.
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My favorite thing about Loyola is the people. Each person with whom I have built a relationship has shaped me into the person I am, into the person I strive to be.