Brittney’s most recent work has centered on utilizing emergent learning principles and practices to implement trust-based approaches at foundations. Brittney has 20 years of experience in philanthropy, most recently with The Winston-Salem Foundation, a community foundation located in North Carolina. During her tenure with the Foundation, she launched its youth philanthropy program, led teams in grantmaking and student aid, and represented the Foundation in local and statewide collaboratives. In 2017, Brittney led the development of the Foundation’s emergent strategy focused on advancing equity in education and building an inclusive economy. In 2019, Brittney launched the Foundation’s Inclusive Economy Portfolio, a mission-aligned investment program aligned with the Foundation’s racial equity work. Brittney is currently working with other ELCP fellows to develop and pilot an Emergent Learning program for nonprofit leaders. Brittney holds a bachelor’s degree in International Studies and a master’s degree in Public Administration.