Hannah Wallace serves as a Project Manager at CANA Advisors. Ms. Wallace is responsible for delivering and managing projects through effective project management practices and seeks to improve those practices through execution of analytical services and products to CANA clients and CANA Executive stakeholders. Ms. Wallace is responsible for managing multiple projects and tasks of varying size with multi-disciplinary teams of analysts, subject matter experts, software developers, and data analysts to develop and deliver analytics-based solutions across a range of commercial and Government clients, support CANA internal projects, and across multiple functional use areas.
Ms. Wallace is an experienced Project Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the logistics and supply chain industry. Ms. Wallace served in the United States Army where she specialized in Army material maintenance management and integrated logistics systems.
Education and Certificates
BS, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, Western Illinois University, 2017
Basic Officer Leadership Course, Transportation, Army Logistics University, 2018
Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), 2020
Accomplishments & Awards
Adaptable professional who has been consistently praised for exceptional work ethic and internal drive. Over 4 years experience of military logistics operations.
Established the maintenance program for the 9th Engineer Battalion in the U.S. Army after conversion from a light infantry brigade to a heavy armored brigade.
Hand selected by the Brigade SPO (support operations section) to create the Maintenance Control Officer appendix for the Brigade Maintenance Standard Operating Procedures for 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team (2ABCT), 3rd Infantry Division at Fort Stewart, GA.
Organized the maintenance event, for the 9th Engineer Battalion, which was recognized as the Division standard at time of execution.
America's Warrior Partnership
Business Process Improvement
“Always end the day with a positive thought. No matter how hard things were, tomorrow is a fresh opportunity to make it better.”