Hannah Teverbaugh

Project Analyst

Chicago, IL (Remote)

Hannah supports the project team through the project life cycle from contributing to the planning process, researching and developing metrics, and analyzing project performance to providing insights and implementation on deliverables.

About Hannah

Hannah is a Project Analyst at Laisar and supporting projects based in Chicago, IL, providing operational support such as liaising with project stakeholders, tracking timelines, preparing, reviewing, and maintaining project documentation and reports.

Prior to joining Laisar, Hannah was a Summer Intern at ComEd Smart Grid Innovations and ComEd Industrial Customer Department from 2020 through 2022. Her experience at ComEd included coordinating the Run of Show for a public ceremony to announce ComEd’s Community of the Future Program, installing 5 Aris Remote Power Units (RPUs) at Walter H Dyett High School and 2 RPUs at Perspectives/IIT Math and Science Academy. She compiled updated department information and graphics supporting communications and marketing. She organized 53 instructional emails stretching back to 2018 into a Microsoft Teams folder to be utilized by the department when training new hires. She attended a series of professional development lectures delivered by ComEd’s HR team.

Hannah researched how Smart Grid technology can be expanded through urban pilot programs to increase efficiency and advance community awareness. She developed and pitched a business plan proposing ways Art can be utilized in promoting new technology as part of pilot work in Bronzeville. She was a Project lead of five Smart Grid Interns creating a white paper on how Smart Grid Technologies can best cultivate connected communities.

In addition to ComEd, Hannah held internships at 100 Black Men of America where she performed outreach calls to colleges across the United States to enlist them in the 2020 100 Black Men of America Virtual College Fair & worked the back end of the virtual conference platform Hoping during the two-day seminar. She organized an initiative to teach involved students Hands-Only CPR and Stop the Bleed at host schools, challenged students to
start SAVE Programs at their schools or programs during the school year and create a Violence Prevention App prototype design for Stop the Bleed.

ASPEN Young Leaders Fellowship Alumni & Program Ambassador

AYLF is a place-based, multi-site program that invests leadership training, time and resources into a cadre of diverse youth.

Hannah completed a 2 year leadership curriculum with mentorship from notable global ASPEN fellows such as Scott Bush. She engineered a social venture project addressing black mental health disparities in St. Louis as a final program deliverable. She spent 4 months in the of Fall 2020 working on recruiting youth from the greater St. Louis area as well as conducting virtual interviews for potential.

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