Britton Nohe-Braun

General Counsel

Britton is One Earth Future's General Counsel. She joined OEF after eight years of private practice as a white collar and compliance attorney. She previously worked at Dentons, which is the largest law firm in the world with offices in 80+ countries and over 12,000 attorneys. Britton graduated in the top 1% of her law school class at Cardozo Law School in NYC. Upon graduation, she received the Jacob Burns medal for academic excellence and was admitted into the legal honor society - the Order of the Coif.

Outside of her legal practice, Britton is devoted to public service and social justice. She regularly contributes to thought leadership around the importance of women and diversity and founded the nonprofit 'Women on the Rise,' which provides mentorship and networking opportunities to women professionals. She also serves on the board of the Colorado Judicial Institute, a nonprofit that provides support and education about Colorado's judiciary and non-partisan merit based judicial selection system, and on the board of FiscalNote's Executive Institute, an international think tank that brings together thought leaders and senior corporate executives to address social welfare issues.