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Hannah Bonecutter

Hannah Bonecutter is an accomplished, young woman with high aspirations and immense dedication.  While earning her Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Hannah became a licensed professional educator in Illinois.  Hannah has taught in many diverse setting with differing aged students coming from a wide range of socioeconomic, cultural, environmental, and ethnic backgrounds.  While serving as a teacher here in the USA and abroad, Hannah also plays the role of an entrepreneur with her own professional organizing business entitled BoneClutter – We Organize to the Bone.  However, her most recent personal educational endeavor is her journey towards obtaining a Masters of Public Health (MPH) with a division in Health Policy and Administration as well as a Global Health Concentration and Health Disparities Certificate.  She is currently in the MPH program at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

In the arts realm, Hannah Bonecutter is an actress, model, spoken word poet, and filmmaker.  She has acted on several film projects here in Chicago and has also executive produced two of her own film projects, one being a feature-length documentary entitled Live As The Majority and the second being an experimental short film entitled Minstrel vs. Puppet.  She engages her poetry skills by performing spoken word poetry throughout the Chicagoland area at various venues, for specific organizations’ events, and during open mic gatherings.  She creates the art she makes through various mediums in order to illuminate the injustices and inequities in our societies as well as establish a mode of therapy for herself.  Hannah’s mission in life is “to be a light of exposure and inspiration.”  Whether teaching students in a classroom, professionally organizing a client’s home, or acting on the television screen, she strives to always be achieving this mission and improving this world to become a much better place