Brittany believes in empowering education—this means educators are empowered in their workplace, families are empowered to be actively engaged, and students are empowered as partners in their educational journey. She seeks to expand student opportunities through Career and Technical Education (CTE), dual-enrollment, language immersion programs, and increased support for students with special needs. She would also like to improve the health and wellness on campuses with increased support for students, practical tools to manage stress and anxiety, and proactive measures to cultivate connection on campus. Brittany will engage families with intentionality, supporting their involvement in their children’s education to the fullest capacity. Educators keep the district strong, and she will support and celebrate them every step of the way. As a nonprofit executive, Brittany understands the value of community partnership and the role of the board in maintaining fiscal balance. As a PTA member and through district-wide leadership roles as Vice President of the local Educational Foundation and member of the superintendent's Parent Advisory Committee, Brittany is aware of district-wide issues and will continue to work to develop solutions. Brittany believes that by working together, the district can meet the needs of every student.