Brittany brings a rich 15 years’ experience in education, social sciences research, business development and project leadership to her work as an organization improvement consultant. Her personal approach and ability to ask probing questions helps clients identify and capitalize on productive change opportunities.
Brittany began her career in K-12 program evaluation, assessing the impact of learning grant programs. She later managed a portfolio of multi-million-dollar philanthropic partnerships for Oregon Health and Science University and coached continuous improvement projects through the non-profit Lean Portland. With Pivotal, she coordinates complex client engagements and conducts research for program development and communication efforts.
Brittany served as a Laurel Fellow at Portland State University’s Industrial/Organizational Psychology program, where she earned her Master’s degree. She holds a certificate in Lean and is a certified Scrum Master.
Oregon Department of Transportation: Conducted a current state assessment for the Rail Safety Section, identifying improvement areas and strategic opportunities to be pursued as part of a broader Modernization strategy.
World Cetacean Alliance: Supported a Lean Six Sigma initiative to improve the partner sign-up process and facilitate expanded efforts to leverage work with like-minded organizations.
Habitat for Humanity Restore: Streamlined the clothing unit process, mapping the current state, identifying areas of improvement, and recommending standardized training strategies.
Brittany enjoys salsa and east coast swing dancing, wine tastings, and live theater.