Originally from Richmond, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hennah recently earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Education from Middlebury. As a first-generation college graduate and daughter of immigrants, Hennah is passionate about increasing access and inclusion for historically excluded populations in higher education. Hennah spent a semester studying abroad at The Middlebury School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she significantly improved her Spanish through the fully-immersive linguistic and cultural elements of the program. While a Middlebury student, Hennah also worked as a barista at Wilson Cafe, she served as an intern for MiddCORE, Middlebury’s mentorship-powered program in innovation, strategy, and leadership, and she worked in the Admissions Office as a Senior Fellow. Inspired by her dual passions for education and social justice, Hennah completed a senior thesis that examined the decriminalization of BIPOC students in the classroom. When she’s not working, Hennah enjoys traveling to new places in search of new favorite foods.