Britt provides creative and innovative approaches to supporting projects focusing on early childhood access, quality and special education. Britt has worked in the early childhood field for 13 years at the school, district, and state levels. Her passion for building systems that support high-quality and equitable experiences for children stems from her experience as a student teacher in Croydon, Australia.
Britt began her education career in Washington, D.C. upon earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Indiana University, Bloomington. She spent 7 years as a Title 1 pre-k and kindergarten teacher before managing the development and launch of a Learning Lab pilot program, aimed at transforming historically low- performing schools into a model demonstration platform for professional development. Most recently, Britt worked at the Louisiana Department of Education as the 619B Coordinator, managing systems for early identification and increasing opportunities for young children with disabilities.
While Britt currently resides in New Orleans with her husband and two young children, Britt has fond memories of the small New England town where she grew up. Britt loves any opportunity to be outside, whether at the beach, rollerblading, or skiing. One of Britt’s favorite places to spend time with her family is in Colorado, where she recently hiked her first ‘14er’!