Hannah comes from a small, rural town in north-west New Jersey and joined Princeton Animal Hospital in February 2021. In 2020, Hannah had a career shift into animal medicine and because she brought her own animals to Princeton Animal Hospital, joining our team was a natural step for her.
Before joining us, Hannah did some significant volunteer work, most notably with Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary in New Jersey where she worked to help rehabilitate local wildlife for re-release. She got to have hands-on experience with virtually every mammalian species of New Jersey, from squirrels and raccoons, to red tailed foxes and black bear cubs. Hannah is currently earning her EMT certification through Robert Wood Johnson and should be certified by July 2021.
Hannah has quite a collection of pets that include a Staffie/German Shepherd Mix named Obi, an ancient Maine Coon cat estimated to be 21 years old named Kaleb, two large tanks of fish, brother gerbils named Luffy and Ghibli and a Pastave ball python named Torvi! What a fun place home must be!
When not working or taking care of all her pets, Hannah enjoys watching shows - both serious and funny, writing stories or poetry, hiking and spending time with family and friends.
When asked about her experience working at Princeton Animal Hospital, Hannah said, “It has been so easy to integrate into the PAH family and feel like I’m contributing to the daily flow of the practice. I feel that the experience I have come into the practice with has been helpful to my coworkers, and vice-versa, as we all exchange knowledge on a daily basis. I couldn’t have felt more included, valued, and inspired by those I work with.” We are lucky to have Hannah as a part of our team!