Brit graduated from ISF in 2010, having focused on globalization and international trade. Her thesis, Subordinating Women's Interest: Natalism and Heteronormative State Policy, was a comparative analysis of reproductive policy and propaganda in the United States, Germany, and the Soviet Union in the first half of the 20th century. After graduating, Brit worked for The Seasteading Institute, a non-profit working towards building autonomous cities in international waters to experiment with innovation in governance. She later worked for Future Cities Development, Inc., a start-up that aimed to build a charter city in Honduras under the ZEDE legislation. Brit began her J.D. studies at Santa Clara Law School in 2014.