Brittany Packnett

Educator, Activist, and Vice President, National Community Alliances, Teach For America

Brittany is a national leader in social change and justice. Full time, she leads Teach For America's work to build alliances with communities of color, and in her personal time, is an activist, protestor, and co-founder of Campaign Zero, a comprehensive policy platform to end police violence in America. Among other honors, she shares the #3 spot on Politico's 2016 50 Most Influential list, and the 2015 Peter Jennings Award for Civic Leadership. She believes that the unstoppable forces of love and power can build a world that embraces us all. Photo by Reginald Cunningham.

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