Meet a CSGer: Hannah
Fellow turned Associate, Hannah Triem is a habitual competitor, globetrotter and sometime lip-sync champion. Read on to find out all about her beloved minivan and the big items on her travel to-do list.
Competition is in my blood. My parents put me in every sport possible, and I loved every second of it. I still love competing in anything, including ping pong or the occasional challenge to throw something in the trash can from a farther distance. My college coach dubbed me “the most coordinated uncoordinated athlete of all time” for my moves.
I traveled often in the US and played international soccer growing up and was always encouraged to travel as often as I had the chance. My family is full of missionaries that have lived all over the globe, with relatives on every continent but Africa and Antarctica. It is my goal to reach all 7 continents by the age of 30!
Also, these are my 40+ Chilean cousins!
This is one of my most prized possessions, my minivan. We are only 3 years apart in age, and she has taken me and my family over 311,000 miles. I have been told she is one of my best attributes.
I have faithfully participated in a school-wide lip-sync competition each spring during my college years. This is the SpongeBob costume I wore the year we won gold, taking the grand prize of a limo ride to the Cheesecake Factory.
P.S. I heard SpongeBob pics are popular in this feature.
I grew up backpacking, fly fishing, camping, hiking, and everything in between, in Boulder and beyond. Outside is the place to be, no matter the weather. My absolute favorite thing is napping at my family’s cabin in the mountains, in the sunroom. That is where I am most at home.