Brittany Burback and her family have been Peoria residents for over 20 years. The oldest of seven children, Brittany is a first-generation American, as well as the first in her family to graduate from college and the first to achieve a doctoral degree.
Brittany attended Peoria High School and became interested in law and government at an early age. Her passion for public service was fueled by her family, which grew to include adopted and foster siblings. Brittany put herself through college working for USAA. She earned her J.D. at ASU, and her law career has included work with Honeywell, and the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, She recently established her own practice in Peoria.
Brittany has been active in various law associations, including Chicano Law, the Law Journal for Social Justice, as well as working pro bono for the Indian Legal Clinic all over the United States. She and her husband Brian have two daughters, Reagan (2) and Rowan (6 months). They enjoy spending time with immediate and extended family, and taking special trips to Disney Land whenever possible.