Hannah Schulze

technical writer

Hannah enjoys the challenge of synthesizing and simplifying technical information in ways that are meaningful to a range of audiences. Prior to joining TREW, she worked in science communication at Brigham and Women’s Hospital writing a variety of content, including research briefs and news pitches, on leading medical research and technology. Hannah also worked in engineering education research at the Boston Museum of Science using real classroom data to figure out the best curriculum strategies for our youngest learners. Her enthusiasm for science in general and engineering in particular is contagious.

Hannah holds a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering degree with a minor in writing from Wentworth Institute of Technology. She has led S.T.E.M workshops for the Girl Scouts of America through Wentworth and frequently participates in community events. Hannah enjoys good music and great company out in the backyard and loves being outside when the New England weather cooperates.