Brittany Love is the Vice President and one of the architects of Researchers for Change. Her list of responsibilities and accomplishments since this outreach organization’s founding include establishing the RFC Leadership Structure, spearheading the coordination of the organization's task projects, and liaising with RFC members and leaders to help the organization progress and grow stronger. Her passion for helping people is her motivation. Her determination to better other’s lives, curiosity in medicine and biology, and affinity to STEM subjects turned her to mechanical engineering for her undergraduate career and bioengineering for her masters degree both at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. She is currently a graduate student in her Masters of Science in bioengineering and working on a thesis project at the Human-Centric Design Research Laboratory at Texas Tech University. Under the supervision of the director of the research lab, she studies the effects of wave impacts and vibrations on the cervicals of Navy sailors in open water patrol boats and ways to prevent injuries.