Brittany Henry (She/Her) is a third generation Bay-Area resident. She has organized communities within the Mission District of San Francisco for four years. Organizing with and for community organizations and boards such as USM (United to Save the Mission) and formerly with the Impact Hub of San Francisco. Currently she is the Operations Manager and Project Facilitator for CivicMakers.
Brittany attended the University of California, Davis, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 2014. After graduating she decided to move back to the Bay Area as she wanted to focus her skills on advocating for and sustaining under-resourced populations in the Bay Area, specifically within the BIPOC community. Her previous and current work has focused on defining organizational missions and goals through larger group facilitations, aligning career pursuits with purpose, and supporting company development through administrational work. Some of her volunteer work has also included preserving the arts and artists within the Bay Area and overall advocacy work for BIPOC communities. She has also specialized in event production producing local events for projects such as MAPP (Mission Arts Performance Project) and fundraising events for La Diaspora.
Currently Brittany resides in San Francisco and in her free time she enjoys studying and celebrating her rich and beautiful culture particularly through dance and song. She is passionate about people and having difficult, and sometimes uncomfortable, conversations that help to build bridges.