Maia Brockbank serves as a Policy Associate for The Fierberg National Law Group with a particular focus on sexual violence cases and Title IX policy.
Ms. Brockbank is currently a Senior at Stanford University, studying Political Science with a specialty in civil rights policy. She has been involved in sexual violence prevention advocacy in a variety of capacities since age 14. For the last three years, Ms. Brockbank has served as the Co-Director of Sexual Violence Prevention within Stanford’s student leadership and is also responsible for helping organize the National Student Alliance Against Sexual Violence -- a national coalition of hundreds of student sexual violence prevention and Title IX advocates coordinating on local, institutional, and national efforts to uplift survivors and respond to the Department of Education’s recent Title IX regulations.
Outside of her work on campus, Ms. Brockbank has previous work experience with the National Organization for Women, SurvJustice, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, and the U.S. Senate. You can read Ms. Brockbank’s bylines and about her work in the San Francisco Chronicle, the National Campus Leadership Council, Stanford Politics, and the Stanford Daily.
Ms. Brockbank may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.