Brittany Giles-Cantrell, MPH, is a Program Director at the de Beaumont Foundation, where she leads a portfolio of partnerships and programs to strengthen investments in public health systems, policies, and practices that center health and racial equity.
Prior to joining the de Beaumont Foundation, Brittany served as a Senior Program Manager in Kaiser Permanente’s Community Health Department, where she held both national and regional roles to catalyze partnerships and investments in the health and well-being of communities experiencing inequities and injustice. As an experienced grantmaker, Brittany also led multi-sector philanthropic partnerships and community engagement strategies to advance access to health care and social health interventions across the Mid-Atlantic region. Before joining Kaiser Permanente, Brittany held roles as a graduate student fellow at PolicyLink and worked at the National Academy for State Health Policy providing research and analysis on state health care reform issues.
Brittany holds a Masters of Public Health in Health Policy and Management from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelors of Science in Public Health from the Gillings Schools of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.