Brittany Conley was born to a teenage parent. The statistical chance of her repeating the mistake and becoming a teenage parent was high. Her young parents struggled to provide a safe and consistently loving home. After enduring the drug/alcohol abuse, adult mental illness, and domestic issues, Brittany left home at the age of 16. By 17 she was emancipated and had her freedom, but college was out the question.
Fueled by conflicted emotions and a deep desire to succeed despite her parents' shortcomings, Brittany's grit and determination remind us in America, hard work, determination, and a humble desire to serve others prevail. She not only graduated from college, but she has also served her country for 13 years in the National Guard and inspires others to do the same.
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