Kenna Titus

Law; Sissy Farenthold Scholar in Reproductive Justice (2022-2023)
Sissy Farenthold Scholars in Reproductive Justice Human Rights Scholars Affiliated Graduate Students
Kenna Titus is a third-year law student at the University of Texas School of Law. Kenna is pursing a career focused on advancing gender equity and anti-poverty policy through advocacy and legislative lawyering. During law school, Kenna has been a leader in the public interest law community, serving as co-president for UT ACS and on the board of the 2022 Getting Radical in the South Conference. She was a legal intern in 2022 at the National Women’s Law Center, where she advocated for gender justice through tax and income policy reform. Before attending UT Law, Kenna worked for the Environmental Protection Division of the Texas AG and in the Journal Clerk’s Office for the Texas House of Representatives. She grew up in Wisconsin and completed her BA at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.