During college, Hannah worked closely with adults at various points in their immigration journeys while teaching English with the Intergenerational Literacy Project. In law school, she has done policy work at a small nonprofit, explored large-scale migration issues with the International Organization for Migration, worked with UACs at Kids in Need of Defense, and represented a detained client seeking asylum through Georgetown’s Center for Applied Legal Studies. As an IJC Fellow, Hannah will be placed at Catholic Charities of New York, where she will provide legal representation to immigrants in the Lower Hudson Valley.