As executive director, Britanny focuses on leveraging the Partnership’s historical leadership in cross-sector collaboration and ensuring organizational effectiveness to realize its mission to develop and promote effective education programs to reduce foodborne illness risk for consumers.
Her passion for preventing foodborne illness brought her to PFSE as an intern in 2011. Britanny served previously as the PFSE director of development, successfully increasing program service revenue and bringing diversification to the Partner network. She facilitated program engagement with consumer and academic food safety experts, and supported PFSE programs, including the national Consumer Food Safety Education Conference.
Britanny earned a master’s degree in public administration with a health policy focus from the School of Public Affairs at the American University in Washington, D.C. Bringing together the public and private sectors to collaboratively influence positive health outcomes is what sparks her joy. When she’s not spreading the message of safe food handling, you can find her happily outside hiking, gardening or hanging out with her cat, Thatcher.