Savannah Hatt, MPH is a Project Manager in the Applied Research Center at NSF International. Savannah’s work focuses on reducing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) by improving environmental cleaning and hand hygiene practices. She joined NSF International in 2017, where she supports development of new service offerings for the clinical space and manages clients seeking microbiological testing for new products. Savannah also serves as the Conference Chair of the Healthcare Infection Transmission Systems (HITS) Consortium and has been an integral part in the organization of their annual conference as well as their ongoing research in reducing HAIs. She holds a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and a Master’s of Public Health in epidemiology, with her graduate research focusing on reducing catheter-associated urinary tract infections.