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Hannah Warner is a third-generation educator, following both her mother and grandmother.
She thrives in non-traditional classroom settings. She’s taught all age groups on the Chattahoochee River and on hikes in the woods as a former park ranger.
Warner’s passion for education brought her to Georgia Power where she knew she could increase her impact by nurturing young minds and giving them insight into how the world works around them through STEM.
When invited into your classroom, you can expect infectious energy and a zeal to make students light up (no pun intended, but pun intended) with this Learning Power Education Coordinator. Warner’s approach to the curriculum is not just energy conservation but an introduction to community development.
“My overall goal is to spark curiosity in the classroom. Each student will leave these lessons feeling like the future scientists and engineers they are. They’ll take what they’ve learned in the classroom and see it in the world around them and in their community.”
Warner completed her degree in Biological Studies at Georgia College & State University. She serves Georgia’s Northeast region (Gainesville) which includes the following counties: Banks, Buford City, Dawson, Fannin, Franklin, Gainesville City, Hall, Habersham, Lumpkin, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, and White.
When Hannah’s not at home with her dog, Buster; cat, Cricket; and leopard gecko, Keke; she’s telling the story of how she fell off a roof chasing a lemur.