Britnee joined the center in 2021 after graduating from the University at Albany School of Public Health with a Master of Public Health and a Certificate in Maternal and Child Health and holds a certificate as a Health Education Specialist (CHES). She is a Professional Development Coordinator currently working with the NYS Tobacco Control Program. She was previously a Research Coordinator with CPHCE on a state-funded project from the NYS Department of Health’s Bureau of Community Chronic Disease Prevention. Prior to joining CPHCE, her work experience spanned both the public and private sector from conducting a statewide needs assessment for a federally funded program to assisting with legislative issue briefs to inform public health policy changes.
Britnee’s public health interests include child welfare, family economic security, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and health disparities impacting children and youth. Originally from Tennessee, Britnee and her husband now live in Albany with their son, daughter, and a dog.