Hannah Brencher

Hannah Brencher is a writer, TED speaker, and communications expert. She founded The World Needs More Love Letters in 2011. The global community has grown to over 20,000 individuals across six continents, fifty-three countries, all fifty states, and is established on over sixty-three college campuses. In 2015, Hannah co-founded If You Find This Email. 

Named as one of the White House’s “Women Working to Do Good” and a spokesperson for the United States Postal Service, Hannah has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Oprah, Glamour, USATODAY.com, Chicago Tribune, and dozens of other publications. Her first book If You Find This Letter came out in bookstores across the country in March 2015.

Hannah graduated from Assumption College in 2010 with a double major in Sociology and English, with a concentration in Writing and Mass Communications. She calls Atlanta, Georgia her home. 

Topics
Connection + Presence I Culture + Digital Age I Writing + Speaking
Formats
Keynote I Creative Workshops I Lecture

Past Engagements

  • TED
  • Catalyst
  • STORY Gatherings
  • Propel Women's Conference
  • Pursuit 31
  • Tufts University, Fordham, Syracuse, Wellesley College, Tulane, Becker College, S. Indiana, Quinnipiac

Travel Info

Departing From:
Atlanta, GA



No matter what Hannah speaks about, she does so with such truth and eloquence that I cannot help but take in every word she says.
— Brett Murray, University of Southern Illinois
Hannah is the speaker whose words will linger in your mind for years to come. She is buttoned-up yet vul- nerable, wise yet still learning about life. I’ve heard Hannah speak multiple times and was most recently honored to have her deliver her address at the national 2015 STF Campus Summit in New York City. She was the highest rated speaker of the Summit.
— Tammy Tibbetts, Founder, She's The First