Hannah Ehrmann is a Project Manager for institutional initiatives at the Harte Research Institute. She received her M.S. in Environmental Science from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi in 2017, after studying the effects of small changes in salinity on benthic communities and estuarine health under Dr. Paul Montagna. Hannah is the coordinator for the Gulf of Mexico University Research Collaborative (GOMURC). She manages the daily operations and initiatives of GOMURC, which support and enhance the Gulf of Mexico’s coastal marine science, oceanography, cooperating disciplines, and related management programs through education, research, and public outreach. As a Program Manager Hannah coordinates grant reports and deliverables, organizes meetings and workshops, administers a proposal review process, attends meetings related to gulf research, and more. She also works in the lab and field on a project studying the serpulid reefs of Baffin Bay with the Pollack group. Her research interests center around assessment of anthropogenic impacts on estuarine ecosystem health using biological indicators and ecological modeling tools.