Hannah Finch Phillips

Marketing Director

Hannah is passionate about creating & implementing authentic, lasting branding strategies for companies doing good in the world.  As an avid outdoor adventurer, she is particularly focused on sustainability and preserving our gorgeous landscapes. That alignment makes her work with Cottonwood a natural and rewarding fit.

Hannah brings nearly 10 years of experience doing design, marketing, and branding strategy for the sustainable construction industry. Along the way, she’s worked with companies such as EnergyLogic, EnergyPro Exchange, Green Building Hawaii, Cultivate Energy Optimization, and many more. She loves learning more about building science and is building science basics certified.

Recently, Hannah and her husband Ian enjoyed the opportunity to apply their knowledge of green building to gutting and remodeling their first home. It was a huge project with a very rewarding result – a high-performing (soon to be off grid!) mountain cabin in Lyons!

Outside of her work as a marketing consultant, Hannah is an artist specializing in landscape and galaxy paintings, murals, and public art.  In her free time, you’ll usually find her hiking fourteeners, backpacking in Rocky Mountain National park, rock climbing, working in the vegetable garden, taking her dogs to the river, or planning her next big adventure.

Jon Tulley - Project Manager with Cottonwood Custom Builders

Day-to-Day Details

I start every morning…
stretching, playing with my dogs, and listening to music.

I end every day by…
hanging out at the river, taking care of my plants, and doing something creative.

How do you help protect the environment on a day-to-day basis?
Living in a high-performing, all electric home; eating a vegetarian diet; and shopping at sustainable, environmentally conscious businesses.

What’s your favorite hangout spot in Boulder?
It’s hard to beat the patio & delicious selection of local beers at Rayback Collective!

Quote you live by?
“You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.” —Malcolm S. Forbes