• Shining Bright E23 | Molly Hanson + Hannah Miller

May 02, 2018

Let's talk about the Earth we live on. First, Marji and Lexi talked to Molly Hanson from Iowa. She started an organization to bring women together over their connection to water. Then they talked to Hannah Miller, a FarmHer affected deeply by a hurricane that hit Texas late last summer. Listen how these ladies are making a difference and conquering the world this episode on Shining Bright.

Molly Hanson

Hannah Miller

Molly is an Iowa native with a passion for conservation and water quality. As a student, a naturalist, a non-profit executive director and as a women- she has prioritized using her voice to stand up for the voiceless through story telling and shared experiences. Molly is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa and lives in Des Moines.

Hannah Miller believes in calloused hands like her fathers, working hard for your accomplishments, and loving like your heart can't be broken. She works as a Senior Strategic Planner for Barefoot Proximity on a multinational, pharmaceutical and life sciences company.... as well as her side hustle HMM Marketing and tshirt company she owns with her mom and sister Goin' Coastal. She's just a girl trying to hit that boss babe status.




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