2017 – Richmond, Kentucky
Chidinma Hannah Nnoromele studies Economics and Psychology at Duke University. In 2015, she was selected as a member of the inaugural class of Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows and in 2016 she served as the program’s first coordinating intern. She continues to serve as a Student Ambassador for George Washington’s Mount Vernon and their leadership program.
Chidinma Hannah is an active member of the Duke community and has held several key positions on campus. She serves as a Student Assistant to President Brodhead, a Global Education Ambassador, Co-Chair of the Seniors for Duke Campaign, and as the Vice President of Internal Affairs for the Duke University Union (DUU) Executive Board. As Vice President of Internal Affairs, she manages and facilitates the First-Year Internship Program (FIP), which operates using a leadership curriculum that she personally developed. Chidinma Hannah also serves as a Writing 101 Course Teaching Assistant and conducts economic research in spectrum policy and analysis as a member of the Connolly: Spectrum Lab. She is currently writing her senior thesis on the effects of religion and patriarchal norms on female labor force participation. After graduation, Chidinma Hannah will join Capital Group in The Associates Program (TAP).