Hannah Dumpson joined Old Harbor Native Corporation as the receptionist in June of 2018. She was born in Eagle River with her identical twin sister Sarah and is an Aleut and Tlingit. Hannah attended school in Anchorage and spent her summers in Nenana, Alaska with her 8 siblings. Hannah is a descendent of Old Harbor Native Corporation & daughter of Lily O’Brien and Scott Johnson.
She worked at a taxidermy studio where she created many artistic & authentic crafts including fish tails, bear rugs, and head mounts. Later, she worked at the Alfred Starr Cultural Museum in Nenana, restaurants in Eagle River, and a preschool in Anchorage. In 2016, Hannah moved to Las Vegas where she continued teaching at a Preschool. Later in 2017, after she relocated to California, Hannah worked as a manager at a laundromat & trained as a security monitoring agent. In 2018, she worked as an Administrative Assistant at a construction & property management company.
Hannah has earned her food handling card, first-Aid/CPR card, security guard card, & over 15 child-care certifications. She enjoys working-out, playing sports, hunting, fishing, gathering berries, dancing, singing, and being a part of a huge loving family. Hannah and her husband both have eight siblings in their families and enjoy sharing and making memories with them. Hannah lives in Anchorage with her husband David and their two sons.