Hannah completed her BSc in Geology at the University of Western Australia in 2013 before graduating with a Master’s of Professional Engineering (Environmental) in 2016. Hannah’s master’s research was completed with the Institute for Marine and Antarctic studies in Hobart and focussed on the physical and biological characteristics of Southern Ocean mesoscale eddies. Hannah started her PhD with UNSW in March 2020 after working as a consultant environmental engineer for three years. Her research interests include physical and biological oceanography, climate-ocean interactions, Antarctic coastal circulation and ice shelf melting. Her research is currently focussed on Antarctic shelf circulation and connectivity using Lagrangian particle tracking techniques.