Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Hannah Morris graduated as Valedictorian of her high school class in 2015 from John Milledge Academy. After graduating she attended the University of Georgia, majoring in political science with a minor in sociology. Throughout her time at the University of Georgia she was a Presidential Scholar, a Dean’s List recipient, a Zell Miller recipient, and a member of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science National Honor Society. She also participated in volunteer organizations on campus like Shop with a Bulldog and Children’s Miracle Network. Her final semester at UGA she was selected as an assistant researcher by a faculty member, and carried out research for a Multi-State Study of Monetary Sanctions within the Fulton County Court system. After three years she graduated Magna Cum Laude from the School of Public and International Affairs. The summer after she graduated she interned at the Eighth Judicial Administrative District of Georgia and was able to observe court proceedings under the honorable Judge Amanda S. Petty in the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit Criminal Court. The fall after she graduated she began working at Communities in Schools, an educational non-profit through Georgia College and State University that facilitates community engagement between the university and Baldwin County Schools.