Brittany T. Oliver is a civil and women’s rights advocate, organizer, political analyst and media strategist.

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About Brittany

2018 Women’s March on Washington

2018 Women’s March on Washington

Brittany T. Oliver is a civil and women’s rights advocate, organizer, political analyst and media strategist based in Baltimore, MD. She’s also the founding director of Not Without Black Women, a policy-based organization centering intersectionality in Black women’s political issues.

Named as “20 Black Women You Should Be Following Right Now” by B*tch Media, Brittany previously worked at the ACLU of Maryland in communications and co-directed Hollaback! Baltimore, an anti-street harassment organization that was the driving force behind the gender-biased policing data included in the U.S. Department of Justice’s report on Baltimore Police released shortly after the uprising in 2015.

One of Brittany’s most memorable accomplishments in her career was her grassroots organizing and campaigning skills that helped to spearhead the passage of the anti-harassment and discrimination bill (HB 1342/SB 1138) during the 2018 Maryland General Assembly session, which earned her a spot on the Baltimore Sun’s “Top 25 Women to Watch” list for her work. Brittany has also worked in Washington D.C. to advocate for federal policies such as the Women’s Health Protection Act, Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act, Blueprint for Sexual and Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice more.

Brittany has facilitated many trainings and workshops at institutions such as John’s Hopkins University, the Global Women’s Institute, Towson University’s Center for Student Diversity, the Public Relations Society of America Conference, Enoch Pratt Library, UMBC Women’s Center, Institute for Policy Studies, National Conference for Student Women Leaders, University of Baltimore and more.


In 2019, Brittany became the recipient of the Emma Gonzalez Emerging Leader award by the Pride Center of Maryland and was featured on the "The Dig" for Maryland Public Television.

Brittany is interested in studying different legal and policy models to create social justice. Her interests include race and gender justice, climate change, voting rights, advancing peace and foreign policy and government accountability.

Brittany holds a B.S. from Towson University and is a graduate student at American University.


Brittany is interested in data-driven activism, organizing and policy based projects.

She is also available for speaking engagements including trainings, workshops, conferences, keynotes and more.

She can speak to:

  • #MeToo and Ending Gender-Based Violence

  • Knowing Your Rights

  • Intersectional Policy Analysis

  • Amping Up Your Political and Civic Engagement

  • Social Justice Organizing 101

  • Communications/Public Relations

  • And much much more.


Brittany Oliver is a force of nature. She is not to be underestimated. When it comes down to a fight (whether for our rights or against oppression), I want her on my side.
— Shawna Potter, Founding Director of Hollaback! Baltimore
Dismantling patriarchy can’t be done by one woman, but if it were possible, that woman would be Brittany Oliver.
— Tamera Golan, Global Women's Institute
I had the distinct opportunity to serve on a national leadership team with Brittany for 3 years. Brittany always bought innovative dialogue, strategic suggestions, and her expertise in communication to help lift victim/survivors’ voices to the national project. I’m excited to see the manifestation of Brittany’s talents and unwavering passions help shape social & political transformation.
— Adrienne N. Spires, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Brittany Oliver has the kind reputation and pull that when matters of national importance occur, hers is one of the first opinions and perspectives I seek. She is candid, steadfast and well-informed. A critical voice of our generation, most certainly.
— Cleo Stiller, Peabody Award and Emmy Award-nominated Journalist


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