Kathryn Brightbill is a board member at Safety Net, working to make Christian colleges and universities safe for LGBT students. She is also a board member and legislative policy analyst at the Coalition for Responsible Home Education.
During law school she was asked to contribute to the Family Equality Council, et al., amicus brief in the Perry and Windsor cases. As part of that work she co-authored the "LGBTQ Youth and Young Adult Survey: A Joint Project on Marriage Equality of the University of Florida Center on Children and Families and the Emory Child Rights Project," a study of how unequal treatment effects LGBTQ young people. Prior to law school, Kathryn spent time on the English faculty at the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam in Hanoi, VN, where she taught reading and writing for international relations to foreign affairs and international law students.
Kathryn has her B.A. in Information and Computer Science from Covenant College, a graduate certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College, and her J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.