Hannah Rogers-Ganter was a Transatlantic Fellow with Ecologic Institute from February until July 2009. During this time she was a recipient of a 2008-9 Fulbright Research Grant. Her interests include renewable energy promotion, international climate policy, and transatlantic relations. Previously she wrote a quantitative and qualitative comparison of renewable portfolio standards throughout the United States for her undergraduate honors thesis. While at Ecologic Institute, she worked primarily on projects related to climate and energy policy as well as attending courses at the Freie Universität. She works in English and German and has a basic knowledge of Spanish.
Hannah received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in German from Davidson College in 2008. While at Davidson, she studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina and worked for the Dean Rusk International Studies Program. In the summers she interned for Congressman Delahunt (D-MA) and received a Bank of America Kemp Scholarship to study renewable energy promotion in Germany. Hannah has studied in Germany before with a Congress-Bundestag Scholarship (Parlamentarisches Patenschafts-Program).
After her fellowship at Ecologic Institute, Hannah began her law studies at Boston College Law School.