Hannah Borenstein is a Research Manager at DHM Research. She is responsible for design and execution of quantitative and qualitative projects, ensuring quality and client satisfaction at every step. She is particularly passionate about data visualization, story-driven analysis, making space for marginalized voices, and letting the data speak—which she strives to bring to each project she works on.
Hannah came to DHM with previous research experience from academia through her undergraduate studies, market research, and political polling. She has worked on projects with a wide variety of clients and industries—from motor development and how children learn to play with novel toys; to tech and social media, health and fitness, insurance, apparel, and radio; to ballot initiatives, economic messaging and communication, and workplace sentiments and policies; to local government issues, women’s reproductive health, and much more. She loves to constantly continue learning, which is reflected in the care and attention she puts into her work. As a half Latina and half Jewish woman, it is important to her to participate in and lead diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and programs in all her professional experiences.
Hannah has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a double major in Art History and minor in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies from New York University. In her free time, she enjoys music and concerts, running, drinking copious amounts of coffee, comedy shows, and spending time with friends, family, and her pandemic turtle Bean. She is a Los Angeles native, making her way up to DHM’s Seattle office in summer 2023.