Brittney is a full-time Master of Public Health student at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her focus is on Women’s and Reproductive Health, specifically concentrating on improving family planning policies and initiatives for vulnerable populations of women. She is also pursuing certificates in Maternal & Child Health, and Health & Human Rights. Upon receiving her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015, Brittney worked on various projects to improve maternal and child health outcomes in Cambodia, Uganda and India. Prior to pursuing her Masters, Brittney served as a Maternal & Child Health Volunteer with the Peace Corps in Guatemala, facilitating family planning, childhood nutrition, and Indigenous Midwife training projects with the Ministry of Health. Her work during her service focused community coalition training, comprehensive sexual education for youth, establishing support groups for pregnant youth, and improving the health of families through safe sanitation and water consumption. During this practicum field experience with NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland, she will support initiatives to improve access to health services for parenting and expectant youth through policy initiatives.