Brittany is a second-year law student at Columbia University Law School. Her passion in support of anti-trafficking began with advocacy work during her time at McGill University. As a native of Canada, Brittany then worked as an intern in the Ontario Provincial government where she researched and drafted anti-trafficking legislation for the province. At Columbia Law School, she is the President of their student-run human rights organization and a Chairperson for Columbia’s pro-bono group focused on domestic violence issues. Brittany hopes to work with legislators to create appropriate legislation that will help survivors of trafficking or gender-based violence and other vulnerable groups attain justice.