Britt joined Monument Advocacy in 2017 after a decade sharpening her skill set, including: ancillary operations, negotiations, project/program administration, risk management, analytical thinking, intuitive action, and financial management. Prior to 2017, she spent 10 years supporting a startup, a tier-one global think tank, high-value contracts with the U.S. Federal Government, and several Middle East-based defense and intelligence programs – an important and diverse array of experience that contributed to her consistent achievements. Her impeccable organizational and interpersonal skills also earned her numerous accolades from private-sector executives and high-ranking military and government officials, both domestic and abroad.
Britt graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in International Relations. She finished her education with a master’s degree equivalent (and Valedictorian honors) in Modern Standard Arabic from the American University in Cairo, after which she was recruited to work in Iraq intermittently for the next 5 years during the height of the war. Britt currently lives in DC with her husband and their dog. Britt is an avid enthusiast of live music, spreadsheets, pranks and overseas adventures.