Hannah Crites specializes in communicating the mission of the Catholic church online. She currently works for a web development and digital marketing firm specializing in Content and Digital Marketing.
From May 2017 to September 2018 she worked as a marketing coordinator at Augustine Institute, in Denver, Colorado.
In 2017, she graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville with a degree in communications arts and a theology minor.
In August 2015, she took a job as an Engagement Assistant with the Christian Outreach Office at Franciscan University, the office which arranges and plans the internationally recognized Steubenville Youth, Young Adult, and Adult Conferences. With the office, she helped manage the conference social media pages and steubenvillefuel.com. She also worked as the summer LEAD Liaison, assisting with the Franciscan LEAD weeks.
In the spring of 2016, Franciscan’s Marketing and Communications department reached out to Hannah and asked her to work as a student writer, where she wrote press releases and completed necessary writing projects for the university. They also asked her to write a weekly blog for their student blog page.
She also worked as editor-in-chief of Franciscan University’s school newspaper, The Troubadour, where she earned the title Writer of the Year for the 2013-2014 school year. She served as Troubadour a correspondent from Austria, writing a weekly column summarizing her Austrian adventures. Additionally, she worked as the editor of the Kartause Newsletter.
In the spring of 2014, she spent the semester in Washington D.C. to attend the Washington Journalism Center and worked as an intern for The Washington Times. While she was in D.C., she covered stories that ranged from veterans affairs, business, and economics, foreign policy, and religion.
She has also been published on numerous blogs including The Chastity Project, Catholic 365, YDisciple, and Missionaries of Purity.
She enjoys drinking coffee (particularly in unhealthy quantities), playing the guitar, writing, hiking and going on random adventures.