Hannah Graves is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attending school in the community, Hannah found her calling in psychology and pursued the direction of a well-placed guidance counselor to pursue social work. After graduating in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Hannah decided to attend Graduate School for Social Work at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee at the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. While here, Hannah met influential professors and mentors who guided her career path. After graduating in 2011 with her Master’s Degree in Social Work, Hannah began working for United Way of Greater Milwaukee. Life called Hannah to Atlanta, GA in 2013 where she completed some odds-and-ends jobs in support of her personal relationship with her now husband. Working in hospice, short-term rehab, and then finally dialysis from 2016 to 2019 afforded opportunities to learn and advocate for the best quality of life for patients living with End Stage Renal Disease. Now in 2023, Hannah has the greatest opportunity of to work with both Apex Health Innovations, a global healthcare technology company, and Piedmont Transplant Institute to truly support patients through their transplant journey. Hannah currently lives in Marietta, Georgia with her husband, daughter, and their four cats.
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Host: Kent Bressler
Producer: Jason Nunez