Appointed to the Green Communities Canada Board of Directors, 2017.
Britt has more than six years’ experience in community development and project management in the environmental sector. She holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Studies from York University with a focus on the social and environmental determinants of adolescent health. As an Ontario Certified Teacher, Britt has worked with diverse youth to promote environmental citizenship and sustainable development, urban agriculture and local food, healthy living and physical fitness, and social justice and community engagement.
Britt brings a background in community-based participatory research and effective program evaluation to her work with Ecosource, co-leading a multi-year and organization-wide evaluation project to determine program impacts and improvements. Her project management experience includes multi-stakeholder national, regional and municipal planning initiatives including those related to green infrastructure, food security, and active play. In her current role at Ecosource, she oversees the development of community gardens and urban agriculture programming across the Region of Peel.