Hannah Savage, MPH
Hannah Savage is an experienced public health professional with skills in program evaluation, data analysis, survey development, survey analysis, and quantitative and qualitative research. Prior to joining HMA, Hannah was a program analyst at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health in the Bioterrorism and Public Health Preparedness Unit. She participated in two major responses—Operation Allies Welcome at the Philadelphia airport and the COVID-19 response—and supported writing four after action reports.
Hannah has planned and executed COVID-19 response work focusing on reaching under-vaccinated communities and vulnerable populations. She trained and managed vaccine clinic data collection staff; managed data collection at vaccine clinics serving up to 900 people per day; used a vaccine vulnerability index to identify low vaccine areas to place vaccine clinics and increase community outreach; designed an outreach strategy to increase engagement with Black and Hispanic communities; identified trends in vaccine data for quality improvement and to guide strategy; created personal protective equipment (PPE) predictive models to project internal use and external distribution; developed a final PPE report summarizing PPE distribution in comparison to case count over time with recommendations for future responses; assisted in managing the covidvax inbox, responding to public questions, and scheduling appointments; and assisted in creating and managing the city’s homebound vaccine program. In addition, she created and distributed a COVID-19 needs survey to vulnerable populations in Philadelphia to improve the community resources and education.
Hannah earned a Master of Public Health degree in health management and policy from Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in public health from Temple University College of Public Health.