Britney attended Minnesota State University, Mankato, where she was the first in her family to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Counseling and Student Personnel with an emphasis in College Student Affairs. After her undergraduate career, she served two years as a Campus-Based College Coach with College Possible. There, she helped a cohort of 100+ low-income and first-generation college students navigate and overcome institutional barriers. During her graduate career, she held a variety of roles within higher education which included providing career services and teaching a career exploration course. Britney continues to teach as an adjunct instructor for Career & Internship Services at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She has combined her passion for career development and serving college students from underserved and marginalized communities. Britney is most excited to develop relationships across local college-campuses and implement data-driven interventions and programming to support students with their college and career success.