Britt is a designer, researcher, and creative problem solver. She is currently an MBA/MPH candidate at UC Berkeley and hopes to combine problem solving methods from design, business, and public health to solve systemic access and equity problems in healthcare. Prior to UC Berkeley, Britt completed her undergraduate studies at Stanford University where she pursued an interdisciplinary major focused on mechanical engineering and human centered design. She started her career working in design and innovation consulting (at Totem & Whipsaw) where she had the opportunity to work on everything from baby products to scientific instruments. After leaving design consulting, she started a software company called Peak Response which focuses on developing human-centered tools for emergency first responders. Even after wearing many different hats throughout the product development journey and working in a myriad of industries, Britt continues to be a strong believer in the power of human-centered design to solve the wicked problems facing our world.