Colorado Christian University
Ms. Corona is currently a Domestic Policy Research Assistant at The Heritage Foundation. She conducts policy research on education, marriage and family, and welfare issues, and writes for Heritage's blog, The Foundry. Ms. Corona is also a Claremont Institute 2013 Publius Fellow and a 2013 Young Conservatives Coalition Fellow.
Brittany Corona is a 2012 graduate of Colorado Christian University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a double major in Political Science and Social Sciences with emphases in psychology and Biblical studies. Ms. Corona was first introduced to works of classical political philosophy and their influence on the political thought and writings of the American Founders while in college, and she has since developed a particular interest in the social compact theory of the Founding. During her time at CCU, Ms. Corona was a member of the Speech and Debate team, a representative in the student government association, captain and chaplain of the NCAA II women's soccer team, founder and director of "Freedom" prison mentorship ministry, and student-staff at the state-based think tank, Centennial Institute; where she worked under the tutelage of former State Senate President, John Andrews, and former U.S. Senator, Bill Armstrong. She also interned for the First Judicial District Attorney’s office under District Attorney Scott Storey, working primarily with district court cases. Ms. Corona feels a strong calling to public service and a desire to continue her education in metaphysics and the politics of freedom.