Hannah leads the Biomedical Library team in the provision of the Library's full suite of offerings.
She began her career as a Medical Librarian at a pediatric hospital in Dallas, Texas. She then detoured to corporate librarianship, serving as Director of Research and Library Services for an enterprise of advertising agencies before returning to medical librarianship as the Head of Clinical Informationist Services for Emory University's Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library. She also served as Interim Co-Associate Director and was a founding member of the Emory Libraries Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. Having been mentored by the renown Ana Cleveland, PhD, Hannah is known for her team-building skills as well as for being passionate, positive, and proactive.
Hannah is an active member in the Medical Library Association, a distinguished member of the Academy of Health Information Professionals and has completed several leadership programs, including the Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians of Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. In 2016, her dissertation was identified as one of ten "most notable" by the American Library Association. In addition to her MS and PhD in Information Science from the University of North Texas, Denton, TX, she holds a Certificate in Advanced Library Management from the same institution, and a BA in Forensic Anthropology from Millsaps College, Jackson, MS.