Britton Miller is a junior fellow at IWF. Britton studied Politics & Policy at Liberty University and worked for the school’s Office of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances. While at Liberty, she participated in LASI (Liberty’s Analytical Support Initiative) and advised the F.B.I. on a matter of national security with a group of fellow students. Prior to attending Liberty, she worked for Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest in her home state of North Carolina, interned for the NC Family Policy Council, and traveled the nation teaching civics and leadership classes through TeenPact Leadership Schools. In addition to researching policy issues, she enjoys relaxing through wakeboarding/wakesurfing, running, watching football, and hiking. She is an active member of her local church, loves investing in her family, and prioritizes pouring into her community in Lynchburg, VA. In the near future, she aspires to attend law school and eventually work as an adoption attorney.