Brittany serves as the Chief Operating Officer and Interim Chief Executive Officer of the Conservative Energy Network (CEN), where she advances conservative, market-based clean energy policy solutions across the country. Brittany is considered a national leader in the development of state-based conservative clean energy organizations; she helped found CEN in 2016 with seven states and led expansion into its 21 states today. In 2018, Brittany was named one of Midwest Energy News’ 40 under 40 emerging clean energy leaders.
Prior to joining CEN, Brittany served as a senior associate at a top political consulting firm in Michigan, where she helped manage the firm’s energy practice, specializing in clean energy and energy efficiency advocacy and non-profit management. She also formerly directed strategic communications for the Michigan Conservative Energy Forum from 2015-2018.
She currently serves as a director on the boards of the Rainey Center Freedom Project and the James Madison College Alumni Association at Michigan State University. Brittany earned her bachelor’s degree with high honors from Michigan State, majoring in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy with a minor in Philosophy and Law. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband Derek and their cat Athena.