Hannah Malvin has worked in DC for 9 years in Congress, the environmental movement, and grassroots LGBTQ organizing. At The Wilderness Society she was Recreation Policy Associate, connecting people with wild places with an emphasis on youth, health, and diversity through policy development, coalition building, advocacy campaigns, and education. Then as Senior Representative for Partnerships, she led an initiative to root relationships in equity by conducting interviews and survey research, and designing new systems of staff learning, knowledge sharing, and coordination.
She founded Pride Outside in 2016, now the main hub for developing LGBTQ outdoor inclusion initiatives with Congress, federal agencies, and conservation organizations. She was Legislative Assistant to Congressman Mike Doyle, covering health, foreign affairs, defense, immigration, and more, and led the Congressional Autism Caucus. She has a BA in Political Science from Brown University and is currently getting certified in coaching and positive psychology.