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Savannah Hunter


  • B.S. Psychology with Concentration in Industrial-Organizational Psychology - University of Nebraska at Omaha
  • B.A. Foreign Language with a Concentration in Spanish - University of Nebraska at Omaha


Savannah is broadly interested in work and employment and studies how work arrangements have become more variable and unstable. She is especially interested in how structural and cultural forces have worked to normalize precarious working conditions.

A native of Iowa, Savannah received a B.A. in Spanish and a B.S. in Psychology with a concentration in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (I/O) from the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) where she graduated with the highest distinctions including the Senior Vice Chancellor’s Award and the Dean’s Award.

Savannah has experience working with non-profits and served as the Operations and Volunteer Program Manager, and later General Manager, for the Omaha Area Youth Orchestras. While working towards her bachelor’s degrees Savannah volunteered with Volunteer Program Assessment at UNO and assisted local non-profits in the Omaha Metro Area empirically assess and improve their volunteer program and management practices.

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