Brontë Forsgren

Sorenson Fellow, Policy Innovation


mail: bronte.forsgren[at]

Brontë Forsgren is a fellow on the Policy Innovation Team at Sorenson Impact, focusing primarily on social impact projects to increase access to early childhood education.  Prior to coming to Sorenson Impact, Brontë interned on the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative at the Center for American Progress in Washington DC, where she researched policy, coordinated interfaith efforts, and curated the team’s social media accounts.

Brontë is a senior at Utah State University dual majoring in Political Science and Economics with minors in International Studies and Religious Studies.  At Utah State, she is the co-founder of the USU Women in Politics Club, president of Pi Sigma Alpha (the Political Science Honors Society) and a Jon M. Huntsman Scholar. In her spare time, you can find her discussing politics, eating sushi, and watching Atlanta Braves baseball.