Brittney Foxhall received her bachelor's degree in international business with a focus on emerging nations from Howard University in 2013.
As the 52nd executive president of the Howard University Student Association, Foxhall managed a staff of 50 students to organize programs and initiatives to enhance the student experience. Her activities included coordinating a university-wide Lobby Day on the Hill to engage students in the policymaking process as well as organizing a series of initiatives to generate student interest in the 2012 Presidential election (including registration drives that resulted in registering 75 percent of the student body). Foxhall graduated magna cum laude, and spent time in Shanghai, China, teaching English as a foreign language to middle and high school students.
She is passionate about advocating for policy implementation that adequately responds to the needs of the low-income African-American community.