Community Relations / Events Manager
An Orlando native, Brittani has a passion for this city and all it offers. Her role in Community Relations and Events is focused on ensuring 26Health’s engagement and impact in Central Florida and comes to her naturally. At age three, Brittani began studying dance and voice, inspiring her love of theatre and music. She studied Broadcast Journalism & Theatre Arts at the University of Mississippi and later worked as a news anchor at Mississippi’s News Watch 99. She was ranked in the Top Four Feature Reporters in the Southeastern Journalism Conference’s Best of the South, beating out reporters from more than 30 colleges.
As a reporter, she learned the value of relationships and branding and transitioned to working in public and community relations. Brittani is a proud ally and in 2014, she returned to Orlando and became involved in the fabulous Drag Pageant scene and is now owner and promoter of Miss Citrus State Comedy Queen; creator of Southern Night’s Annual “Southern Goes Red” Party; and served Executive Assistant for “Dancing with the Queens. Her community involvement also included the Dance, Dream and Inspire for Community Based Care of Central Florida, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Central Florida, and Transgender Awareness Week. Brittani has served on the United States Conference on AIDS Host & Executive Committee and volunteers on the OnePulse Foundation Memorial Task Force. She is very active in the pageant scene as the current Miss Southern States Galaxy, placing in the Top 5 International.She uses this title to promote the LGBTQ+ Community, HIV/AIDS research and numerous non-profits around Central Florida. One of Brittani’s proudest and most recent accomplishments was being named in Orlando Magazine’s Women of the Year Edition for 2020!