Born and raised in the Arkansas Delta, Hannah has a deep appreciation for our natural resources. From an early age she could always be found helping friends and family in all types of farming operations – horses, hay, row crop, and even a fish farm – anything to be outside.
Her idea of fun, both past and present, includes racing flatbottoms and skipjacks, biking, hiking, hunting, and fishing. Whether it’s afternoon skeet shoot after a morning of squirrel hunting or an early morning on the river pulling catfish from the lines, Hannah has always immersed herself in the heart of the activity.
For college, Hannah gravitated to the hometown feel of Arkansas Tech University. After dipping into Agribusiness and Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, she decided to pursue a Hospitality Administration degree so she could put her love of the outdoors to good use in the Tourism industry. Here she spent large amounts of time learning how to promote her love of the land. After college, Hannah spent a few years at a resort on the Little Red River. She was often found visiting with the guests about the beauty of the river, a bald eagle sighting, or a turkey gobbling up on the hill.
Hannah has a personal relationship with our land and water and enjoys sharing that with others. She indeed cares how industry and recreation affect the value of every acre and that, along with her extensive outdoor experience, makes her an excellent choice to help you accomplish your real estate goals.