Hanna Layton graduated from Arizona State University with her Bachelors of Science in Sustainability as well as beginning her 4+1 program for a Masters of Sustainable Solutions degree. Hanna is a full-time student involved and in love with learning about how she can serve as an advocate for the natural world and all its resources, as well as ensuring the human and animal populations can proceed on with health and happiness. Hanna is particularly interested in human well being, focusing on the intersection of mindfulness and sustainability. Through this avenue she hopes to educate others on how to practice resilience and deepen their subjective sense of wellbeing individually and as a community.
Hanna is employed by ASU’s Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience as the student outreach coordinator. In this role she serves to foster a more compassionate and connected student body at ASU. She acts as a liaison between student organizations and the Center to spread mindfulness through planning events and leading practices that students can apply to their daily lives.
Her ultimate goal in this role is to help students manage their daily stresses through healthy practices so that they can more easily achieve their academic goals.
Co-author of MAYO and Center for Mindfulness educational modules
Conference speaker for social justice issues and resilience trainings
On the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems research team: urban food forest project (Phoenix AZ)