Hannah Clark is an urban planner specializing in community sustainability and resilience planning. Prior to joining 100 Resilient Cities, Hannah was the project manager at the an environmental consulting firm in Cambridge, MA and led the firm's work to establish a district-scale sustainability plan under the EcoDistrict Framework in the Kendall Square neighborhood of Cambridge.
Hannah brings extensive experience in municipal government sustainability and resilience policy and programming. She worked closely with the San Francisco Planning Department and Department of the Environment to establish a framework and assessment strategy for neighborhood sustainability planning and served as the Special Assistant to the City of Boston's Chief of Environment, Energy and Open Space.
Hannah received her Bachelor's Degree from Brandeis University in Environmental Studies with a minor in Spanish and her Master's Degree in City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley.