In previous positions, Maggie worked in the legal field, higher education administration and the nonprofit sector. In 2018, Maggie spent time at the City of Tulsa as a consultant authoring Resilient Tulsa, an action-oriented strategy designed to advance equity in Tulsa. Maggie has a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma and Bachelor of Arts from Seattle Pacific University.
Policy interest areas: Addiction treatment issues, preventative programs, and maternal mental health. In her earlier work, Maggie developed interests in family dynamics and stability, economic security-related stress, and inter-generational trauma.
Brittany’s past experience includes clerking at the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, interning at the Tulsa County Public Defender’s Office, and participating in community advocacy and immigration clinics at the University of Tulsa College of Law. Before attending law school, Brittany taught history and coached competitive speech and debate in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Brittany graduated from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2018 with Highest Honor. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Oklahoma State University.
Policy interest areas: Civil and criminal justice systems as well as all levels of education.