Hannah Gregory graduated from the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University with a BS in Environmental Science in 2019. She served as the former Environmental Practices Coordinator for IU’s Landscape Services where, among other sustainability projects, she conducted the second comprehensive tree inventory of IU’s campus, which involved mapping and collecting data on 12,000+ trees. The subsequent analysis completed by her and a colleague is actively being used to leverage funding for and inform tree maintenance routines, priority planting locations, and preferred species lists. She is a Research Associate for the Environmental Resilience Institute’s Urban Green Infrastructure Group, where she assists in processing and analyzing statewide urban tree inventories, including the City of Bloomington’s. She curates the Indiana Green City Mapper, a project of the ERI’s UGI group.