Brittney is a Project Coordinator for the FRESH-LC study at CHEAR. Before CHEAR, Brittney received her B.S. degree in Global Health from Georgetown University and her Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University. Her prior research experiences focused on neurocognition of child and adolescent creativity, as well as HIV testing and prevention interventions for LGBTQ adolescents. She is from San Diego and in her free time enjoys spending time with her dog Teddy, cooking, reading, and daydreaming about one day going to medical school!