Originally from Denver, CO, Hannah attended Williams College in Massachusetts, studying History and Environmental Science. After graduating, she worked as a Project Engineer for Suffolk Construction in Boston, appreciating the tangibility of the built environment and the teamwork required to make a construction project work. She and her now fiancé, Max, spent their afternoons and weekends in the city building out an old adventure van, which they traveled in for about a year after leaving Boston. Doing odd jobs and touring the American West, they fell in love with Bozeman, and moved to the Gallatin Valley in 2017. Hannah then worked a few years for North Fork Builders, a high-end custom residential home-builder in Bozeman, before starting her own company, Foothold. Foothold is building high-quality, sustainable, and affordable homes out of their factory in Butte for the people of southwest Montana. Hannah is passionate about community, housing, trails, and adventure. You can find Hannah running, biking, and exploring the trails with Max and her dog, Peitu. Hannah is the Chair of GVLT's NextGen Advisory Board.