Personal Bio and Contribution Statement: Hannah House


Hannah is used to her bio being in the third person, so that is how she is writing this post.

Hannah I. House is a student in the MA in Digital Humanities program at the Graduate Center at CUNY. She has extensive experience with project management, production, and multichannel implementation gained over a nearly twenty-year career in advertising and branding. Hannah is currently Director of Implementation for the New York City office of Landor, a prestigious multinational branding firm, where she spearheads visual identity rollouts and digital initiatives and is a strong champion for accessibility in design. Her research interests include digital tools and pedagogy, media and identity, and the sinister and hidden recapitulation of existing power structures through putatively neutral data and its applications in AI.

Contribution statement

For Project TRIKE, Hannah’s primary contributions to date have been overarching project management activities, including testing various project management tools, setting up Slack with some integrations, drafting detailed work plans, and coordinating and running a very productive group meeting today (she runs meetings like a drill sergeant) while ensuring everyone’s input. She will be responsible for identifying a dataset, performing typical transformations to prep it for a DH analysis, and drafting a supporting contextualization and critique to accompany presentation of each stage of the data work. She has also volunteered to use her graphics skills to help format any external-facing communications materials.

Hannah is looking forward to continuing to learn from her endlessly impressive teammates throughout this semester.


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