Brontë Forsgren is a student fellow on the Policy Innovation team, working on the Winter Innovation Summit, researching viability for pay-for-success projects in early childhood education, and assisting with data collection for community dashboards.
Before joining the Sorenson team, she interned at the Center for American Progress on their Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative, researching policy and activism through an interfaith, social justice lens.
In addition to her work at Sorenson, Brontë is the cofounder and president of Utah State University's Women in Politics club, the president of Pi Sigma Alpha (the political science honors society) and a Jon M. Huntsman Scholar. She serves on the advisory boards of the Utah State Government Relations Council, the Institute of Government and Politics, Real Women Run of Logan, UT, and the 2020 Women's Suffrage Celebration at Utah State.
Brontë is a senior at Utah State University majoring in Political Science and Economics with minors in Religious Studies and International Studies.