Brittany began working with homeschool programs and campuses in 2011. She has held many different positions over the past 11 years serving as Director of Academic Planning, Campus Director, and academic core and elective teacher. Brittany in her various roles develops curriculum, leads teacher collaboration, and course creation. She has directed the scheduling of over 700 classes and 90 teachers on the west coast. She consults with teachers on lesson plan development and classroom management practices. She began her homeschool journey when her first born was three years old in 2002. Dissatisfied with her own public school education and experience, she set out on a mission and Jesus' calling to provide her own children with something better. While homeschooling and raising her family she taught many core and elective classes at various homeschool learning centers and co-ops in Southern California. She has extensive experience in teaching students in multi-age group settings using a multitude of different curriculums. In 2019, she started The Red Apple Project, a 501 (c3) Non-profit corporation, that serves K-12 students and their families in educational consulting and tutoring. She is the Executive Director of Red Apple Academy, an community educational facility whose mission is to champion and empower individual and family freedom in education. She is the founder and President of American Bridges International Institute, an organization that provides homestay programs and educational opportunities for hundreds of students each year throughout the country. Brittany earned an athletic scholarship for softball and studied Art Education and Mathematics at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. She has taught in the public classroom under the observation of master teachers for elementary Spanish immersion, fifth grade, high school AP English, and high school art. Brittany is married to her high school sweetheart, Steve, and they have four children and one grandchild. She enjoys art and home improvement projects, going to the beach, hiking, running, coaching softball, and reading up on any of the new and latest curriculum developments and attending spiritual and educational conferences.