A founding player on Athletes Without Limit’s first National High-Performance Tennis Team for players with intellectual disability, Brittany has since traveled with the team to the Australian Tennis Championships at the 2013 Australian Open, the 2014 Inas World Championships in France, the 2015 Inas Global Games World Championships in Ecuador, the 2016 Inas World Championships in Delaware and the 2017 Inas World Championships in the UK.

She became the first female US athlete (out of all 9 Inas sports) to secure an individual Inas World Title when she won the women’s singles at the 2014 Inas World Tennis Championships in France. She also took the gold that year in the Women’s Doubles with teammate Katherine Richards and has since earned additional medals at Inas World Championships.

In 2017 Brittany’s Special Olympics tennis accomplishments were recognized when she received an ESPY award presented in honor of Special Olympics Founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver.