Hannah Testa, Founder of Hannah4Change, has been an environmental activist most of her life. Her passion is protecting people, animals, and the planet through education, awareness, and policy work. On the topic of plastic pollution, Hannah has delivered presentations to over 30,000 children and adults across the world, including businesses and governments, on how to reduce their plastic footprint. Hannah also influenced Fulton County GA to pass a bill in 2019 to eliminate single-use plastics from government properties. In 2020, Hannah was part of the advocates that introduced the US federal bill, The Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act. She also wrote her first book called Taking on the Plastics Crisis released in October 2020 and is speaking about youth activism on a TEDx Women platform. Hannah lives in Georgia, US, on Muscogee and Cherokee lands.