Hannah Staton

Organizational Change Manager

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Hannah Staton

Organizational Change Manager

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  • Ball State University, Bachelor of Public Relations, Muncie, Indiana, 2011

Hannah is an accomplished Organizational Change Manager (OCM) who specializes in guiding organizations through periods of transformation. With a background in strategic communications, Hannah offers a unique storytelling perspective to convey the Human-Centered Design (HCD) journey, ultimately facilitating the path to organizational success.

As an eternal optimist with a remarkable ability to invigorate teams, Hannah made the transition to Anthro-Tech after dedicating over a decade to technology and design communications. OCM presented an exciting opportunity for her to leverage her communication skills within the realm of Human-Centered Design, playing a pivotal role in shaping project outcomes. Notably, during her initial project with Anthro-Tech, Hannah masterminded the communications strategy for the long-awaited launch of the Department of Licensing's first new website in 17 years, serving over 7 million residents in Washington state.

Hannah's ability to inspire confidence and clarity in people during times of change is a testament to her professionalism and expertise. Her passion for providing organizations with the tools they need to succeed is evident in her work, and her dedication to the HCD process is an asset to any project.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Hannah dedicates her free time to designing gardens and coaching people in cultivating their own food and fostering pollinator habitats. She also has two very big, very fluffy cats that rule her world.

Cause that means the most to you

The Center for Whale Research monitors the health and safety of our Pacific Northwest resident orcas. If you donate, you get this incredible email newsletter each month with photos and maps of all the orca sightings in our region- including babies!

Biggest fear

Caves. You’ll never catch me in a cave, ever.


"Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can."

Favorite place in the world

My garden, sitting with the hummingbirds and bees

Favorite movie/TV show/podcast

When Harry Met Sally

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