Elected November 2019
Term Ending: November 2023
Brittany Marshall is currently an Evaluation Specialist at the National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, known as the CDC Foundation, where she leads an impact evaluation of a safe teen driving program within CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Prior to, she completed a post-doctoral fellowship as a member of the 2016 class of the CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program within the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. Additionally, she was a member of the 2008 class of the CDC Public Health Associate Program.
Broadly, Marshall's practice and research interests include HIV prevention among vulnerable populations (e.g. racial/ethnic minorities, homeless individuals, high-risk youth, incarcerated individuals), program evaluation, and implementation science. She has authored and co-authored manuscripts addressing HIV/AIDS inequalities and presented evaluation and research findings at several local, regional, and national meetings. Her ultimate goal is to build community level monitoring and evaluation capacity to support improved health outcomes produced by HIV evidence-based interventions.
Marshall has held leadership positions in public health, most notably APHA. Marshall is a past Student Assembly chair where she represented 7,000 public health students on the APHA Executive Board. Dr. Marshall was the first Student Assembly Chair to be a voting member of APHA’s Executive Board. Additionally, she is a past President of the Florida Public Health Association Student Section. She has received several awards, including the Outstanding Student of the Year from the APHA Council of Affiliates, the Emerging Leader Award from the Society for the Analysis of African American Public Health Issues, and a YoungGov40 Award from Young Government Leaders Atlanta. Most recently, she was honored as an inaugural “40 Under 40 in Public Health” by the deBeaumont Foundation.
Marshall is an alumna of LEAD Atlanta, GeorgiaForward Young Gamechangers, National Urban League Emerging Leaders Program, and New Leaders Council. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Health Education from the University of Florida, and Masters of Public Health in Global Health Practice from the University of South Florida, and a Doctorate of Public Health in Public Health Practice from the University of North Texas Health Science Center.