Brittany Bowhall

Advocate for Students Impacted by Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Harassment

Brittany is a safe and confidential resource for students impacted by Title-IX related issues.  Brittany can explain reporting options (with police and/or through the University), connect students to resources (mental health, medical, DRS, etc.), safety plan, and advocate for academic accommodations. Brittany is a great resource for students who are trying to decide on next steps after experiencing interpersonal violence. She empowers students by making sure they get to choose their next steps and how or when they want to proceed, if at all.  Brittany’s role is to support students and help them understand all their rights and options and help them navigate University and community systems.

Brittany has been working as the UW Student Advocate since September 2017 and has been working in the field of interpersonal violence for ten years. Brittany has a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and has worked in the realms of counseling and advocacy within community and court systems, as well as in higher education for the last 5 years.