3rd Year Apprentice, KML Regional Council of Carpenters
Hannah grew up in a historic home in New England with carpentry in her blood, yet decided to earn a degree in interior design. Upon graduating from college, Hannah joined an architecture firm, but something seemed to be missing for her.
“While I was working at the architecture firm, I discovered a program at the carpenters training center for architects and designers,” she said. “The basis of the program was too show us the real-world applications of what we designed, but for me it rekindled that love of carpentry too.”
Hannah found the instructors to be extremely knowledgeable and in less than a year she applied and was accepted into the commercial carpentry program.
“I am honored to tell others I am a union tradesperson,” she said. “In a world that is flooded with technology, I enjoy being a member of an industry that relies on the importance of hand craftsmanship and personal skill."