A native of Los Gatos, Hanna was involved in team sports from the very get-go. In high school, she was introduced to competitive rowing, joining the Los Gatos Rowing Club at Lexington Reservoir. It was through her love of and success with crew that Hanna ended up at Brown University, rowing in the first varsity boat to win the Eastern Sprints for the school.
After getting her BA in English Literature, Hanna pursued an active and adventurous life, working as a surveyor hiking through the wild deserts of Nevada, guiding multi-day trips down Class III-V rivers in Idaho and Oregon, running the Human Resources department at Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, and doing triage with a focus on orthopedics as an EMT at the urgent care clinic of the ski area.
A five-year stint in Hawai’i gave her the opportunity to participate in competitive outrigger canoe racing, while also working as the office administrator for an educational and ecologically-minded swim with the dolphins program. The vagaries of life eventually saw Hanna return to her hometown and through good fortune, she became a part of the Mint Condition Fitness family.
Hanna received a BA in English Literature from Brown University, which means she is a well-read conversationalist and can point out literary allusions in pop music.
Through her eclectic employment career, Hanna’s main focus has always been to give people memorable and life-changing experiences. And what better way than to help folks become healthier and happier? Hanna is always ready to assist with scheduling, memberships, purchases, and enthusiastic encouragement. Plus she’s a member, so she knows your pain!