Brittany Bromfield, M.A., J.D., Cert. Civil Mediator (she/her) Membership Engagement Manager is a native of Atlanta with both American and Jamaican parentage. She received her B.A. from Agnes Scott College and M.A. from Georgia State University in International Human Rights. She focused her thesis on minority and indigenous mobilization in the Americas and published a chapter on refugees in 'Understanding International Law Through Moot Courts.' After college, she worked as a community organizer for Refugee Family Services (now known as New American Pathways), Feminist Women's Health Center, and as a Bilingual Community Facilitator and Archivist for StoryCorps Atlanta where she recorded stories of migrant farm workers and families with detained loved ones. Brittany returned to school to further her understanding of the law and legal justice by gaining her Juris Doctor degree from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. From there, she served as the Development Manager for United Voices Foundation where she worked in fundraising and increased community engagement within the legal organization. Brittany plans on bringing her passion to strengthen community relationships and support base as the Member Engagement Manager at the ACLU of Georgia as she believes that strength is in the foundation, and that foundation is in our members!