Hannah is a Lead Manufacturing Engineer at the Boeing Company. She is located at the Composite Wing Center in Everett, WA. Hannah's team is responsible for fabrication of the 777X wing spars, which are some of the world's largest one-piece carbon fiber parts. In addition to managing her team, Hannah specializes in development and implementation of advanced fiber placement (AFP) technology and automated inspection systems. The 777X is set to take its first test flight in early 2019, with customer deliveries beginning in 2020. Hannah earned her degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from Western and was the student representative on the Board of Trustees for the 2008-2009 term. In 2016, she received an M.S. in Manufacturing Engineering from New York University. She lives in Edmonds with her husband Dan (WWU Class of '07) and Persian cat Izzy. For fun she enjoys traveling both near and far, and performing with Steel Magic Northwest, a local steel drum band.