Brittany Perrotte, MPH, has worked for over a decade in roles geared towards changing systems to advance equity. Before pursuing a career in public health, she worked in K-12 education, where she saw the direct impacts of social injustices on the well-being of her students and their families. She brings a deep sense of caring, passion for capacity building, and commitment to collaboration to her role as a Senior Project Manager. She works closely with partner organizations and communities to transform systems and achieve their unique visions for well-being and equity.
Previously, Ms. Perrotte served as the Project Director for the Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge initiative at the American Public Health Association, leading a collaborative funder and technical assistance provider team and supporting the health equity work of 20 communities seeking to change systems and policies. Prior to her time at APHA, Ms. Perrotte worked in the Division of Policy and Performance Management at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health, where she led grant technical assistance and evaluation efforts for programs focused on preventing violence against women. She began her federal service in the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Office on Research and Evaluation. Ms. Perrotte earned her bachelor’s degree in Hispanic Languages and Literature from the George Washington University, where she also completed her master’s degree in Maternal and Child Health.