Brittany is passionate about developing innovative ways to solve some of the most complex challenges, particularly in the areas of global health. With an extensive background in behavior change communications and program design, she thrives in establishing human connections in order to design and execute effective research, deeply understand user experiences, and ultimately translate this into meaningful insights that result in generation of tailored and impactful solutions. She has worked across the non-profit sector in East and Southern Africa, bringing a design lens to solving public health challenges in HIV prevention and family planning. She applies her breadth of experience in social marketing to design, implement, monitor and scale demand creation strategies for the introduction of new health products and services such as such as launching HIV self-testing kits, developing programs to drive demand for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) in Zambia and PrEP amongst key populations in Kenya, and most recently family planning for adolescent girls in rural Mozambique. Brittany holds a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising and Marketing, Communications and a Masters in International Development.