Brittany, a native of Hurtsboro, Alabama, has over seven years of planning knowledge and experience gained through various technical and leadership roles in the community development, zoning administration, and long-range planning disciplines. She began her career as a Planning Technician with the City of Sandy Springs, Georgia, which gave her an exceptional outlook and understanding of planning fundamentals. Applying these skills, Brittany was able to move forward in her career by receiving a promotion with the City of Sandy Springs, Georgia and securing a senior level position with the City of Chamblee, Georgia. Brittany is currently the Community Development Planner for the City of Canton, Georgia, where she contributes to the organizational structure and assists the Director in formulating and implementing the department’s policies and procedures. As the Community Development Planner, Brittany was primarily responsible for managing the workflow of the City’s major ten-year Comprehensive Plan update which was approved by the city in early 2019. Currently, Brittany is responsible for managing the workflow of the Marietta Road Community Initiative, which has been created to improve the community alongside staff and community members, and providing support to the director, city administrators, city council members, planning policy boards, and the public. Brittany is a 2019 graduate of the Regional Economic and Leadership Development class of Georgia Academy for Economic Development. Brittany is a member of American Institute of Certified Planners, American Planning Association, Georgia Planning Association, and Georgia Association of Zoning Administrators. Brittany earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Fort Valley State University and master’s degree in urban and regional planning from Alabama A&M University.