Hanna Wolff

About Me

Hanna Wolff attends Altamont Community High School, where she is a senior. She is president of Midnight Riders 4-H club and secretary of Immanuel LYF, Spanish Club, and Library Club. She is also sergeant at arms for student council. Hanna is an active member of National Honor Society, Pep Club, National Society of High School Scholars, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Hanna participates in Big Brother, Big Sisters mentoring program, volleyball, and track. Hanna is currently employed at Evergreen Mini Golf course and Deb’s Catering. When Hanna is not working at school, or playing sports she is helping her mother, Lynn Wolff, and father, Kory Wolff, run their family farm, Gilmore Acres. After graduating Altamont High School Hanna plans to attend a four year university to minor in kinesiology or athletic training and further her education to earn her doctorate in physical therapy.

“As I begin the wonderful endeavor of CEO I look forward to seeing what Effingham County has to offer in the business world. I am excited to see the growth my classmates and I have in both our educations and social life. I am truly blessed to be a part of the CEO class of 2018 and I hope we make can make a difference just as those before us have.”

About My Business

Hanna Wolff is the founder of Track Elite. Track Elite is a one day track and field throwing clinic on June 23 for sixth grade to freshman track athletes. Track Elite is a sports clinic that focuses on the fundamentals of throwing shot put and discus. Track Elite is dedicated to helping track throwers advance their technique of throwing the shot put and discus. Keep any eye out for the registration form via facebook and through local schools. If you have any questions contact Hanna Wolff at wolff_dogs@yahoo.com. Hanna Wolff plans on attending Clarke University to be a member of the track and field team, and she plans to major in athletic training then go to graduate school to get her doctorate. Mentored by Kelly Willenborg who runs My Memory Worx.