Brittany Davis, LMSW, is the Associate Director of Community Accountability and Engagement on the Gender and Family Justice Team at the Center for Court Innovation. Ms. Davis provides training and expert assistance to communities across the country that seek to enhance their response to domestic violence, abusive partner intervention, and human trafficking. She also helped coordinate Project SAFE, an OVW-funded initiative aimed at enhancing services for justice-involved Black women survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and recently helped develop an abusive partner intervention curriculum for court-mandated individuals and a blueprint for restorative justice approaches to domestic violence in New York City. She graduated from Brown University with a bachelor’s degree in policy and Columbia University School of Social Work with a master’s degree in social work and a minor in law.