Associate, Executive Team
Brittany is the Executive Associate at SiX. She is an experienced global health activist. She has spent the past seven years campaigning for universal access to medicines for people living with HIV/AIDS as the Senior Program Coordinator of the Health Global Access Project (Health GAP). As an avid volunteer, Brittany served on the Young Adult Advisory Board for the New York State Department of Health’s AIDS Institute, helping to develop implementation strategies to end the statewide epidemic. Brittany now volunteers her spare time as a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) with the non-profit organization Voices for Children in which she advocates on behalf of youth in the San Diego dependency systems.
Brittany holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University Fullerton, where she conducted research as a McNair Scholar. While completing her graduate studies, she served as a research assistant for an NIH-funded longitudinal study investigating behavioral risk factors for HIV as well as a National Preparedness intern for FEMA with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. She also evaluated service-delivery models in community-based HIV/AIDS organizations in London, and collaborated with UNICEF to design a campaign aimed at improving polio vaccine procurement and distribution in Ukraine.