Hannah is a co-founder of Access Democracy, a non-profit committed to increasing voter participation by improving how elections are run at the local level. In 2016, she served as the National Director and Deputy General Counsel for Voter Protection on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. She was the Voter Protection Director for President Obama’s reelection effort in Florida, and was the Deputy Director and Deputy Counsel for Voter Protection at the DNC from '09 to '12. In 2008, Hannah served with the Obama campaign's voter protection team during the primaries, and joined the advance staff for the general. She spent several years of the Obama Administration at the Department of Justice and at the Environmental Protection Agency. Hannah is a graduate of Williams College (class of 2004) and of Harvard Law School (class of 2008).