Brittney Morrett was raised in central Pennsylvania and graduated with a B.A. in Middle East Studies from The George Washington University in May of 2010. While in college, Morrett worked as a consultant for the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, and on the staff of the Center for a Free Cuba. She also co-founded the Students for a Free Cuba student group at GWU.
After graduation, she went on to be the Communications Manager for CampusReform.org, the Leadership Institute's grassroots mobilization site for conservative college students. In this position she worked to identify student activists and train them to become more effective. In addition, she traveled to teach others on the subjects of youth and minority outreach, communications, and new media techniques.
Brittney currently works as the Youth Projects Manager for The LIBRE Initiative – an organization that promotes economic freedom to the U.S. Hispanic community. She built the department from the ground up and in the position handles programming, events, and building coalitions with existing Latino based groups to promote free markets to Latino youths.
Morrett emceed at CPAC 2013 and has spoken at annual events like RightOnline, the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference, and other conservative panels/summits regarding topics from youth and minority outreach, to effective activism. She was named one of Huffington Post’s “Top 50 Latino Voices on Twitter” and she has been published in The Guardian, NBC Latino, and the Daily Caller. She also runs a weekly podcast called Voces Latinas.