Kenna Titus is a Georgetown University Law Center Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellow at the National Women’s Law Center in Washington, D.C. She works with NWLC’s Reproductive Rights and Health Team, focusing on legal and policy advocacy targeted at defending and expanding equitable access to health care—including abortion and birth control—at the state and federal level.
At Texas Law, Kenna was a Sissy Farenthold Scholar in Reproductive Justice at the Rapport Center for Human Rights. She served as a board member for the 2022 Getting Radical in the South Conference (GRITS), co-president of the Texas Law chapter of the American Constitution Society, and associate editor of the Texas Law Review.
Kenna participated in the Housing Clinic and volunteered for the Mithoff Pro Bono Program’s Afghan pro se asylum project and parole project. She worked for the Texas Indigent Defense Commission in Austin, the NWLC’s Income Security Team in Washington, D.C., and the Texas House of Representatives Parliamentarian’s Office.