Hannah L. Baldwin is an associate attorney in Babst Calland’s environmental practice group and is based out of its Pittsburgh office. At Babst, her practice spans a variety of environmental disciplines, including waste management, water and wastewater permitting, oil and gas related permitting and compliance work, and remediation projects at both state and federal levels. Hannah is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law (’17), where she participated in the school’s environmental law clinic, and has a B.S. in environmental studies from SUNY Buffalo (’12). Hannah will be working closely with current committee chair Joy Ruff throughout the coming year to provide unique and engaging programming to SWEP members, keeping true our mission to provide opportunities to recognize and support women’s leadership and career development in the environmental field. Outside of work, Hannah is an avid commuter cyclist, often opting for her bike over the bus for the commute from her home in Bloomfield to the office downtown, and is an active member of BikePgh. She also serves as a pro bono volunteer as a part of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts program, providing free legal assistance to artists and art-related organizations in Allegheny County.