Hannah has been a Full member of NENA since 2017 when she began working under the Ticket to Work contract at RAMP. Since stepping into this role, Hannah has grown the program, completed her CPWIC certification, and has been able to expand RAMP’s service area to the entire state of Illinois. Prior to that, Hannah served as a Youth Education Advocate providing advocacy to families of students with disabilities and insight on transition plans. She also assisted in the development and implementation of transition -based curriculum and disability awareness-based curriculum. She has been working at RAMP for 8 years, a CIL that provides services to individuals with disabilities in a four-county service region in Northern Illinois (Boone, Winnebago, Stephenson, and DeKalb). With formal education in marketing, economics and accounting, Hannah’s contribution as a member of the NENA Board of Directors would include: Assist with marketing and financial concepts. She also has an interest in streamlining administrative and operational tasks, aligning services with best practices, and advocacy for EN needs.