Hannah Woolsey


Hannah Woolsey is a c with Mintier Harnish. She specializes in land use planning, public policy, urban design, environmental planning, and community outreach. Prior to working for Mintier Harnish, Hannah was a Environmental Planning Intern for both the County of San Luis Obispo as well as the Morro Bay National Estuary Program. Her experience includes drafting land use documents, housing element updates, community engagement, project permitting, and writing CEQA environmental review documents. Hannah is an advocate of building walkable, bikeable, and sustainable communities. She believes in emphasizing higher density housing to build stronger communities that are more equitable for all Californians.

Hannah holds a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo where she specialized in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. While in university, she worked with the cities of Campbell and Desert Hot Springs to draft Downtown Redevelopment Plans. Hannah also received a Bachelor’s Degree in FoodScience from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

Interesting Fact

Throughout her childhood, Hannah lived close to five national parks, including Bryce Canyon and Mojave National Preserve.