Brittany Stinett (Project Manager) joined The IF Project as a volunteer in June 2018 and accepted a full-time position as a Project Manager last February. She will focus on intensive case management (client care) and facilitating and developing programs. She will also handle the facilitation of communications with client-related stakeholders as well as collect and maintain data analysis on current projects and programs.
She is a graduate of the University of Washington at Tacoma, where she received her BA in Criminal Justice with a minor in Human Rights in 2013 and her Master of Arts in Criminal Justice with a Specialization in Research and Evaluation from Seattle University in 2017.
She has served as a volunteer for Pierce County Juvenile Court, Community Accountability Board since 2012.
From 2013-2018, she worked as a shift supervisor for Seattle University’s Department of Public Safety. She accepted a position with a Washington State’s Department of Children, Youth, and Families as a Juvenile Rehabilitation Residential Counselor at Green Hill School.
She recently co-authored a chapter in Victims of Violence: For the Record – “Victims of Human Trafficking”. You can find her work on pages 341-377. (Copyright 2020).