Hannah joined the Nest Seekers Tribeca office in Summer 2012 after spending a year with the Yale Medical School as a Research Assistant in the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder/Tourette Syndrome Clinic of the Child Study Center. At Yale, Hannah conducted research on the clinical efficacies of the various pharmacological treatments for neurological disorders. She co-authored a systematic review with several of Yale’s premier Neuroscience researchers that is currently under review for publication in top journal Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. Her prior experience in conducting in-depth analyses and understanding human thought processes gives her the ability to comprehend the complexities of human decision-making in the real estate market.
Growing up just outside of New York City and as the oldest of three
children, Hannah decided to transition into the Real Estate industry in hopes
of amalgamating her highly-ambitious research skills with her fascination for
the New York City property market and her naturally caring disposition.
Particularly, Hannah hones in on the SOHO, Tribeca, Chelsea, Lower-Manhattan
area in which her office resides.
Hannah, Hamilton College Class of 2012, has a degree in Neuroscience and
has received multiple Dean’s List accolades. Besides her academic
accomplishments, she was also a four-year member of the Varsity Tennis Team, and was recognized an All-Academic selection by the New England Small College Athletic