As a Community Animator of Administration and Finance, Hannah supports members of the Tamarack community by offering financial and organizational support. Having volunteered with several non-profit organizations such as Community Living and Special Olympics Ontario, Hannah is an advocate for equitable societies and is thrilled to join an organization that prides itself in social change.
Prior to joining Tamarack, Hannah worked as a Laboratory Manager and Research Assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University. During her time there, Hannah was awarded an Undergraduate Student Research Award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada in both 2015 and 2017. This award enabled her to conduct research alongside Dr. Roberts in the Child Memory Lab and further develop her passion for research and lifelong learning.
In her spare time, Hannah enjoys frequenting antique shops, exploring what nature has to offer and spending time with family and friends.
A Train-the-Trainer Workshop
This 2-day workshop is designed to build your capacity to mobilize, launch and sustain Collective Impact Initiatives by providing you with theory, resources and opportunities to practice with – and learn from – your peers.
Collective Impact: Leading Theory to Action is specially designed for backbone staff and/or consultants and facilitators supporting Collective Impact efforts. Participants will be immersed in Collective Impact content that will increase their ability to train others by providing capacity building learning to their leadership tables and community volunteers.