UCAN Student Ambassador
Hannah Poploskie is a fourth year Political Science Public-Service Major with a minor in history who transferred to UC Davis in her third year. Being a non-traditional age student, Hannah has worked towards advocating for transfer students and destigmitizing the concept of a non-traditional student. When relocating from Southern California, she pledged to make the most of her experience as an Aggie. Hannah was a regional winner for the 2018 Cal Aggie Alumni Association scholarship for Orange County and has since been involved with the Student Alumni Association as both an Ambassador as well as serving on the Board of Directors.
Hannah assisted in planning Pajamarino 2018, having the honor of helping to lead the procession and got to walk in the 2018 Picnic Day Parade. Hannah also is serving on the Campus Judicial Board of 2018-2019, being an example of integrity for the campus and doing outreach work for the code of conduct. She currently works as a community assistant in Student Housing Apartments planning programs for transfers as well as acting as a resource on Davis life. She has volunteered as a mentor for transfer days, a panel member for transfer events, serves on the health fee over-site committee, and has shadowed campus counsel as a participant in the UC Davis Leadership shadow program.
In Spring 2018 she had the privilege of interning for then Governor Jerry Brown in the Legal Affairs unit, sparking a passion for prison reform work which she intends to pursue further in Law School this fall. A proud Aggie, Hannah is excited to advocate on her platform of transfer students and basic needs as a UCANN Ambassador to better the programs offered, so more individuals have the option of going back to school to pursue their dreams.