Britt Vaughan is a Los Angeles native, avid traveler, and life-long learner. She serves her community as an active member of the Zonta Club of Burbank Area. In service to Zonta International and District 9, Ms. Vaughan has presented at several conferences and is currently the Governor of District 9. she has served on numerous other board and committees, has been recognized by Business Life Magazine as a "Woman Achiever", and was the recipient of a Robert Woodruff Fellowship. She also received the Congressional Resolution of Recognition for Service to Community from United States House of Representatives Congressman Adam Schiff in 2015. Britt holds a master's degree in literature and a master's degree in public administration with a nonprofit emphasis. Currently the senior manager of grants and contracts for a non-profit workforce development organization she strives to continuously to give back to her Los Angeles community.