Hannah Warren (she/her/hers) is the HIV/STD Prevention Program Manager with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and serves as one of two Alaska Regional Representatives for the National Native HIV Network. She is an enrolled member of the Chevak Quissunamiut Tribe from the Yukon-Kuskokwim Census Area. Her maternal grandparents, Peter Friday Sr. and Helen Friday (Mathias) and her mother, Lorina Warren, (Friday) are originally from Chevak. Her paternal grandparents, Babe Warren and Gladys Warren (Kaur) and her father, David Warren, are from the Nebraska/Colorado area. A lifelong Alaskan, Hannah has been passionate about providing public health education to Alaskans from a young age.
Hannah graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) with her Bachelors of Science in Health Sciences, with minors in AK Native Studies and Psychology. Hannah additionally holds a Masters of Public Health (MPH) in Public Health Practice, focusing her studies on healthy relationships and sexual health and wellness education among the Circumpolar North. In addition to having a passion for harm reduction and sexual health and wellness education, Hannah is an advocate for incorporating cultural competency and trauma-informed care into services for Alaskans.