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Storyteller and social justice advocate, Hannah Guggenheim wants to hear your story.


Hannah began her film career at the Saul Zaentz Media Center, a celebrated media facility in Berkeley, California, where she attended San Francisco State University’s Cinema Studies MFA  program with a focus on documentary filmmaking. 

Her award winning collaborative film Benji and Judah investigates disability, the healthcare system and its relationship to poverty in Oakland, California.


 Hannah is  currently working  for Thriving Communities,  a thought leadership institute, which leads community gatherings using social impact fillmmaking as a means to support dialogue and social justice.

She is in the final stretch of her Masters degree in Social Work through the University of Washington. Her focus is filmmaking, multi-generational trauma and narrative therapy.

She has spent the past year at Island County Behavioral Health as a Counseling Intern.

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