Brynn joined the WCI team in 2017. In her role as Executive Manager, Brynn has been responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the organization, designing WCI's upcoming programs, and managing communications and social media. Additionally, she is the Program Director for WCI's Girls Advocacy and Leadership Series (GALS) - a program that empowers teenage girls in Philadelphia with the skills and confidence to be leaders in their communities. As an awardee of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Brynn traveled to Kenya to conduct GALS internationally in 2018. On the side, Brynn is also a Delegate of the Vision 2020 National Initiative for Gender Equality, a Youth Advisor for International Connector, and a part-time track and field coach at Bryn Mawr College. Before joining WCI, Brynn worked at an English-immersion summer program at Robert College in Istanbul, Turkey, where she worked to improve children’s spoken English and designed and taught courses in the arts. Brynn graduated from Roanoke College with a B.A. in International Relations and a concentration in Peace and Justice Studies, where her thesis focused on designing an income-generating renewable energy policy for Turkey.