Hannah May graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Public Health. During her time there, she worked as a peer educator in the Sexual Health and Reproductive Education program, an organization of health-minded students that provide support, resources and educational programming on sexual health and wellness to the University of Maryland community.
She has also collaborated on projects with Whitman Walker Health, such as the Whitman-Walker Youth Leadership Team, which was funded by one of George Washington University’s Rodham Institute’s Academic Community Collaboration Awards. This work aimed to develop educational tool kits for parents of LGBTQIA+ children, specifically focusing on how parents can provide support while their children navigate the healthcare system.
Hannah has worked with the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit as a volunteer and a volunteer captain for several years. She is absolutely thrilled to be back.