While still in college reporting as lead anchor of Arizona State’s Cronkite NewsWatch television broadcast station, the Phoenix Suns kept Brittany involved with hosting in-game promotion broadcasts, traveling abroad in representation of the NBA dance team, and performing from playoff games to All-Star weekend events. In addition to being selected as the centerfold model of the first official Phoenix Suns Dancer calendar, Brittany was honorably chosen as the female ring bearer of the 2009 Olympic Gold medal rings presented alongside Jerry Coangelo to the US Olympic basketball team.
At the age of 21, Brittany graduated from Arizona State University, continued her modeling career, and began TV hosting. The very next year, in 2010, Brittany competed and won the title of Miss Arizona USA 2010 along with being awarded “Miss Congeniality”. She spent much of her time representing her title in social, political, educational, and philanthropic avenues of leadership.
After her time in Arizona, she was selected to perform with Bollywood Step Dance as she was trained in Indian Fusion dance and performed live for Disney’s GlowFest. She has found success in her hobby to help other women in pursuit of success in pageant competitions as she coached Mrs. Asia USA 2011 into victory. Brittany is definitely known as a “Jill of all trades” as she additionally reveals her unexpected comedic improv skills after her past studies at Second City school of improv and filming in her free time for independent comedy skit shows. She has a deep passion for storytelling and is looking forward to continuing her studies in drama and theater. She has spent much time in Los Angeles studying her acting, filming pilots, and continues to travel to sunny California as her second home while she builds her career in film and television.
Most recently Brittany was a strong contender in the 2015 Miss Universe competition representing the U.S. territory of Guam. As Miss Universe Guam 2014, she had a strong desire to lift her community and culture during her free time on the island and hosted uplifting workshops to empower the young women of the community. While she traveled the world, you may also have spotted Brittany on camera, as she completed her third consecutive season as a Royal Flush Girl on the World Poker Tour broadcasting on Fox Sports Network. She's also in online episodes of westla2day.com and Westfield Buzz TV as the lead host as well as commercials, feature films, and upcoming television shows to be released.
Brittany is known to put her business skills to use as she consults with companies in marketing and development divisions. She was also the writer of a digital beauty column in Revere Magazine. Brittany is known for her drive and multi-faceted pursuit of entertainment. She has now started a campaign as the co-founder of her own 501c3 charity named "The Give A Kiss Foundation" which involves raising funds for her favorite cancer non-profit, Face in the Mirror.
She says, “I strive off of my faith and allow God to be my strength as I dream to gain an intrigue from the world to a point of success that allows me to inspire the lives of others. I want to reach a high level of philanthropic success, helping others with my own blessings. I don’t believe that there is a limit to what you can do with your talents. I am grateful to have each and every opportunity that allows me to combine faith and effort to ultimately result in success. I am never finished growing.”