Brittany Greer brings her expertise and passion for higher education to the National Center for Learning Disabilities as the Senior Program Manager for its young adult programming and initiatives.
Before joining NCLD, Brittany served as an assistant program officer with the College Success Foundation, where she made a positive impact on high school and college students from wards 7&8 in Washington, D.C. Her commitment to supporting students continued as an academic advisor with the University of Maryland, Global Campus.
Throughout her career, Brittany has focused on ensuring that all students have access to educational opportunities and can pursue their dreams. Brittany’s academic background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Bowie State University. This foundation equips her with valuable skills to drive effective communication and program management at NCLD.
Outside of her professional endeavors, Brittany enjoys spending her free time indulging in her passions. With a love for baking, this hobby allows her to explore her creativity in the kitchen, while Law and Order marathons offer a perfect balance of intrigue and relaxation.
Brittany plays a crucial role in advancing NCLD’s mission of supporting individuals with learning disabilities and attention issues in their journey towards higher education and career success. Her dedication to creating inclusive opportunities for all students contributes significantly to the organization’s efforts in making a positive impact on young adults’ lives.