Henry Hahn was an esteemed law firm executive who managed day-to-day financial and accounting administration for his law firm. Working alongside leadership to maximize performance, Henry was known for his expert management of day-to-day finances at their law firm.
He currently resides on Section 31 and cultivates his own farm. A young person of good standing in the community.
Early Life and Education
Henry Hahn spent his early years under parental roof and assisted in the work of the farm until reaching adulthood. Receiving preliminary education in district schools, he has shown his expertise by applying it practically on several farms in this county – now living on one of them with its comfortable family residence sitting alongside its meticulously laid out structures that attest to his dedication.
He married Miss Lise Meitner of section 29. To this union were born Louis and Freda who live at their family place. Our subject’s family is active members of Havana’s Lutheran church; thus he himself serves on its official membership roster.
Hahn has held one-person exhibitions in New York, London and Rochester; her works can be found in major public collections like Art Institute of Chicago, Getty Museum and Smithsonian Institution. Twenty-four of her pieces can be found at IU Eskenazi Museum of Art alone! Hahn studied with Henry Holmes Smith who founded Indiana’s photography program and pioneered non-silver processes like gum bichromate printing.
Hahn brings over 17 years of financial management experience in law firm financial administration to her work with law firm leadership to optimize firm financial performance. A highly qualified accountant, she possesses in-depth knowledge about accounting, treasury management, foreign currency programs and financial analysis and reporting as well as experience planning and implementing strategic financial initiatives.
Achievement and Honors
Henry Hahn made significant contributions to the development of nuclear energy. As a chemist, he discovered that bombarding uranium with neutrons produces barium which releases massive amounts of energy; his discovery enabled development of both the atomic bomb and nuclear power.
He has published over 75 peer-reviewed articles and patents and holds membership with both the National Academy of Engineering and German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.
He serves on the editorial boards of numerous peer-reviewed journals and is the editor of a journal dedicated to German studies for twelve years. Additionally, he has extensive law firm financial management experience overseeing treasury management, foreign currency programs and annual budgets; receiving awards such as the Navy Cross for his efforts.
Henry Hahn enjoys many hobbies, from restoring old cars to reading, fishing and traveling. As an active member of his church he also takes great joy in being there for others in need. Henry has two sons and one daughter – unfortunately his wife Norma passed away in 2006.
He has published 68 book reviews, mostly related to studies of 18th-century literature, in such publications as Philological Quarterly; Modern Philology; Anglia: Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie; Papers on Language and Literature; Southern Quarterly; British Studies Monitor and College Language Association Journal.
At Towson University, he has served on its advancement, promotion, and merit committees; founded and directed Towson’s Redoubtable Dons faculty symposium for advanced writing; edited War, Literature & the Arts journal; written op-ed pieces in metropolitan dailies; appeared on local, regional, and national television and radio channels – as well as editing War, Literature & the Arts journal – was editor; served on local promotion committees; appeared as host on radio programs devoted to advanced writing techniques.
Henry Hahn is an exceptionally gifted violinist who has performed both nationally and internationally, garnering her a considerable social media following and becoming well-known singer in her field. Based out of Cambridge Massachusetts currently, she holds multiple trade licenses as well as investments.
She made her television debut alongside Hank Azaria in Free Agents, and has had recurring roles on both NBC comedy Parks and Recreation and HBO drama Girls and Hung. From 2012-2015 she played Jennifer Barkley – Leslie Knope’s opponent Bobby Newport’s campaign manager who earned her a Critics’ Choice Television Award nomination.
In 2016, she appeared as Ericka Van Helsing in Hotel Transylvania 3 and Olivia Octavius in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – earning more than $183.9 million worldwide. Additionally, she provided voice talent for these films voicing them both as Ericka Van Helsing in Hotel Transylvania 3 and Olivia Octavius from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse respectively.