Brittany has always had a passion for empowering mobility. In college at Penn State, Brittany chose to pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology with a Movement Science option. In 2015, She received her Masters in Prosthetics and Orthotics. In 2016, she completed a year-long residency with MCOP.
In 2011, Brittany started in the field of Orthotics & Prosthetics with an internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. It was while working at Walter Reed that Brittany got a firsthand feel at how rewarding and evolving the field of prosthetic care can be. Once she completed her internship, MCOP hired her to continue working college summers and breaks as a technician at the new Walter Reed National Military Medical center. After graduation, she attended Northwestern’s Masters O&P program and continued to work at Walter Reed with MCOP. After graduation, she transitioned to the civilian side of MCOP working first in the DC location and eventually managing the Annapolis office.
Today, Brittany is a Senior Prosthetist/Orthotist at Anderson Prosthetics where she treats a variety of complex cases specializing in prosthetic care. She is very proficient in finding recently developed solutions to aid her patients in achieving not only their therapeutic goals but life goals as well.
Brittany currently lives in Greenville, Sc with her fiancé, dog Yaz and her horse Toby, who she has owned since she was 10 years old. She enjoys an active lifestyle and giving back through her support of Range of Motion Project, a nonprofit that serves the prosthetic need of Impoverished Communities in Ecuador and Guatemala.