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Our Staff

Hannah Mann, Associate Director

Hannah Mann joined the Foxfield team in October of 2021 as the Family Services Associate. A graduate of Hiram College, Hannah received her Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Humanities in 2020. Hannah also graduated from Northeast Ohio Medical University in 2022 with her Master’s in Medical Ethics & Humanities. Her thesis work focused primarily on expanding palliative care skills across medical specialties. What Hannah values most in her educational background has been the opportunity to listen and share stories with the goal of creating more empathetic care providers.

Prior to joining the Foxfield team, Hannah’s experience includes working with the ACLU of Ohio on youth healthcare rights, Advocates for Youth and the effort to expand healthcare education at the federal level, and a variety of social services in the death care and youth development sectors.


Barbara Yoder, Operations Associate

Barbara became a member of TWC in 2007 when her family moved to Ohio, at which time she began regularly attending events with her then three and five-year-old children. Since that time Barbara has viewed TWC as an essential support in raising her children with a love of Nature.

Barbara firmly believes in the power of nature to soothe and heal. Barbara has personally experienced the potential of the Foxfield Preserve to be a nurturing place for families, as she buried a family member in the Forest area in 2010.

Her professional career has covered projects in energy policy and research, government-led energy efficiency projects, and soil and water conservation. She has an interest in religious studies and anthropology. Barbara is an active volunteer: teacher and leader for a homeschool co-op, a poll worker, a member of the Education Committee for The Wilderness Center, and costume manager for Ballet Wooster. She lives in Wooster with her husband and two children.