Hannah Sutton-Adams was raised in West Texas. She attended Lubbock Christian University and graduated with a BA in Missions in 2015. Hannah attended seminary at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University and graduated with her M.Div. in 2018. During her seminary years, Hannah worked with recently incarcerated individuals and people experiencing chemical and substance dependencies. Additionally, Hannah was the recipient of the Cooper-McElvaney Peace and Justice Fellowship, which allowed her to work alongside those experiencing poverty and homelessness.
As an Engagement Coordinator, Hannah is passionate about nurturing and creating safe, inclusive, diverse, and thriving communities. Service and servant leadership has been a big part of Hannah’s life and she is dedicated to helping others develop their passion and purpose.
Hannah enjoys spending time with family and friends, practicing yoga, being outside, and eating good food.