Hannah Smay | Ketchum

Inspired by her upbringing among Idaho’s treasured landscapes, Hannah has pursued studies in the environmental field, worked to promote renewable energy investments and served as a community and campus organizer for environmental advocacy. In 2019, Hannah received her master’s in environmental humanities from the University of Utah after researching intertwined histories of indigenous communities, the nuclear age and seismic forces in the American West. Her passion for anti-nuclear activism was ignited by her experience traveling with Alliance staff and members to the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability’s D.C. Days in 2018. Hannah is honored to serve on the board of the Alliance and is dedicated to a nuclear-free future. Hannah is in her first term.