Program Specialist, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Passionate about the relationship between meaningful choice, self-determination, and ending gender-based violence, Brittany Eltringham (she/her) joined the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) after several years of working at the local level. She has a BA in Psychology and Women’s Studies from the University of Hawai’i and is currently based in Maryland. Brittany is anchored to and draws upon her experience as a feminist, Native Hawaiian woman and maintains a deep commitment to aloha ‘āina, social transformation, and liberation. Her respect for people and complexity translates to advocacy rooted in authenticity, care, compassion, humility, trust, and awareness of impact and power. Brittany brings her experience with community engagement, facilitation, racial and reproductive justice, and shelter advocacy to her work at the intersection of gendered violence, housing, and homelessness with NRCDV’s Policy and Research Team and the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium (DVHTAC).