Brittany is an award-winning reporter with a decade of experience in TV newsrooms across the south and midwest.
Most recently, she anchored the morning show at WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi, a city not far from Alcorn State University where she graduated in 2009. She went on to earn her Master’s at Arkansas State University.
Brittany reported for KMOV in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. There she was credited with being one of the first reporters to cover the officer-involved shooting which led to the death of Michael Brown an unarmed black teen whose shooting death gained national attention and led to weeks of protests and demonstrations in her Ferguson, Missouri neighborhood. She also gained national attention when she was the only reporter to report on the case of Terry Robinson, a St. Louis man who alleged police misconduct after he said he was unjustly detained and secretly recorded officers threatening to plant evidence on him.
During her time in St. Louis, she was named the Best TV Reporter by the St. Louis Magazine and the Riverfront Times. Deluxe Magazine lists her as someone who inspires. She was also named the National Association of Black Journalists’ 2015 Emerging Journalist of the Year.
Brittany worked as a reporter at WEYI-TV the NBC affiliate in Flint, Michigan. She began her on-air career as a reporter at WBBJ-TV the ABC affiliate in Jackson, Tennessee. Her first job in television was behind the scenes when she worked as an associate producer at KAIT-TV in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
In her spare time, she enjoys giving back to the community. She is a NABJ Board member for the Young Black Journalists and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.