Brittany began her academic career at the University of Missouri in 2006 and transferred to Haskell Indian Nations University in 2007 and graduated with a degree in Indigenous American Indian Studies in 2012 and then earned a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Baker University in 2015. During her time at HINU, she participated in cheerleading and was Homecoming Queen in 2010. She did work study at Little Nations Academic Center from 2009-2012. After graduation was at Little Nations federally from 2012-2016. In 2016, her business career started at Haskell Foundation as an administrative assistant then promoted to Business Manager. In 2018, she started at The University of Kansas in The Life Span Institute as a grant coordinator performing post award and financial administration supporting SWIFT Education Center. In Spring 2018, Brittany taught Vision Quest for a semester and came back in Fall 2019 to teach Haskell Seminar then in the School of Business in Fall 2020 and taught Management Organizational Behavior, Business Technical Writing and Principles of Marketing till finishing as an adjunct professor in May 2022. Brittany served as the Secretary for the Shawnee Tribe Cultural and Historic Preservation Committee, served as treasurer for Native Staff and Faculty at Kansas University, is the advisor for the Phi lota Alpha chapter at the University of Kansas, KU Pow Wow Committee, volunteers in the winter shoveling snow for Douglas County Senior Resource Center and was recently elected as the President of the Haskell Indian Nations University National Board of Regents representing Haskell Alumni Association. She has one son who is four and enjoys spending time with him, going to the gym, learning her language, beading and sewing, and being an animal and plant lady.
“ To see Tribal citizen led historically accurate living history available for all to learn from. ”