Experienced. Respected. Dedicated.
Stephanie Hanna is a experienced attorney, running for Judge in Franklin County Common Pleas Court, General Division. When I first sat down with Stephanie we discussed her experience, education, and many other very important topics. The one thing that stood out to me was her passion for the legal system, a passion she plans to bring with her as Judge. This is just the beginning of a career in public service for Stephanie, she is excited to begin serving our community.
Stephanie graduated from Michigan State University in 2005 with a degree in Business Administration and went onto The University of Toledo College of Law, where she graduated in 2008. Following graduation she became Assistant City Prosecutor for the City of Lancaster, and then for the City of Tiffin. She is currently a Senior Manager of Member Outreach & Engagement for the Ohio State Bar Association, with many positions under her belt including Attorney for Hanna Law Firm, Staff Attorney for Christopher J. Greer in the Franklin County Common Pleas Domestic/Juvenile Division, Staff Attorney for Kim J. Brown in the Franklin County Common Pleas General Division and Attorney at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP.
Sitting down with Hanna to discuss her passion for our community and our legal system was inspiring. She firmly believes in rehabilitation and helping the members of our community get back on their feet, through drug treatment programs or other means. To be successful in this effort, Stephanie is proactive about finding new and innovative solutions.
We also discussed her work with Children's Hunger Alliance, and YWCA on which she serves on both boards. After meeting with her, I feel that Stephanie is a true asset to our community.
As a young professional woman I am inspired by the work Stephanie is doing for our community and her focus on continuous improvement. While I typically don't get too political on my blog or social media, I felt with Stephanie's experience and passion she was someone I could fully support and wanted to share more about her with all of you.