Hannah will be majoring in biomedical engineering when she joins the University of Cincinnati this September. Her dream is to become a biomedical engineer, designing prosthetics, power chairs, or other new products to make life easier for those with physical disabilities. She is described as, “a well-rounded young woman who loves a challenge. Classmates recognized her academic skills, making her the go-to person to ask for help.”
Hannah was a straight-A student enrolled in many honors and AP courses at Walsh Jesuit High School in Ohio. She was a violinist in the school’s orchestra and other music ensembles, editor of the Literary Arts Magazine, and a member of the Engineering Club. In her local parish, she is the President of the Society of… Orthodox Youth. Her extensive service record includes serving the hungry and the homeless through Keeping Cleveland Warm. Her true passion is working with individuals with disabilities through Special Olympics and Youth Challenge.