Hannah Steel teaches mainly Sciences courses at Fusion and she also has a background and experience in teaching Art and Geography subjects. US born, Hannah grew up in the United Kingdom, and attended school in London before moving to Staffordshire to persue a Bachelor of Science degree in GeoScience at Keele University. After working some time in the industry as a Soil Laboratory Technician, Hannah went on to gain her Post-Graduate Certificate in Education at the Institute of Education at the University College London, where she is currently completing her MS in Secondary Education. Hannah worked for two years in London schools teaching Geography (which in the UK consists of Environmental Science and Human Geography).
While in her second year of teaching, Hannah was in charge of curriculum planning for middle-school Geography courses. In her free time, Hannah enjoys being in the outdoors, especially hiking. She also enjoys spending time outdoors with her son and teaching him new skills.
Hannah loves travelling and has seen some amazing places. In 2015, while hiking in Needles National Park, an unforcasted storm came in quickly and turned all the walking paths into rivers in a flash flood event! Hannah and her group had to hike 7 miles back and found that some cars had been swept away by the waters but luckily not theirs!