Hanul is a designer, artist, and storyteller. Writing is the common foundation that unites these different aspects of her life: it furnishes the narratives that ground each project. As both a mindset and practice, writing has been formative in her belief that the mission of design is to translate problems into opportunities through curating alternative viewpoints.
Hanul has taught writing for six years. As a tutor with the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric at Dartmouth College (RWIT), she advised walk-in clients of all disciplines and English abilities, and served as a writing assistant for first year writing seminars. As part of a RWiT-University of Beijing collaboration, she assisted Chinese professors on refining their publication drafts for American journals. After graduating from Dartmouth as an Endowed Scholar, Presidential Scholar, and Stefansson Fellow, she spent several months working as a college application consultant with Stanford Academy in Seoul, Korea. During this time, she worked both virtually and in-person with students from the United States, Korea, New Zealand, Philippines, and France. Hanul recently graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she was a Wyss Fellow, and gained experience composing numerous design briefs and presentations.
In her spare time, Hanul tests her fear of heights in the local rock climbing gym, and strays off the trails of NH with a Boston hiking meetup group. She is currently winning a bet that a person can survive on Chobani yogurt.