College of Health and Human Performance

Brittany Marshall (BSHE ’08)

Public health researcher and CDC Foundation program manager

Brittany Marshall (BSHE ’08)

Dr. Brittany Marshall is a program manager at the National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC Foundation) in Atlanta where she leads a landscape analysis of the capacity of 20 state and local health departments to address the impacts of climate change on health within the CDC's National Center for Environmental Health.

Broadly, Dr. Marshall's practice and research interests include HIV prevention among vulnerable populations, program evaluation and implementation science. She has held several leadership positions in public health, most notably the American Public Health Association (APHA). Dr. Marshall is a past chair of the Student Assembly where she represented 7,500 public health students and was the first student to be a voting member of APHA’s executive board.

Recently, she was the youngest member elected to the APHA executive board for a four-year term in November 2019. She has been honored as an inaugural 40 Under 40 in Public Health by the de Beaumont Foundation and as one of the top 10 Outstanding Atlantans of 2019.

In addition to her B.S. in health education from the University of Florida, Dr. Marshall has a master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida and a doctorate in public health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center.

[Profile added in 2020]

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