Brittany Chambers, MPH, MCHES

As Associate Director of Education, Brittany Chambers oversees the program operations team within the Education Department of CAPC. She manages the Palliative Care Leadership Centers™ (PCLC) program and is a co-chair of the planning committee and health equity lead for the annual CAPC National Seminar. Her previous responsibilities included project managing the development of CAPC’s online clinical curriculum to ensure that the clinical training content is culturally responsive and coordinating relevant virtual learning events for CAPC members.

Ms. Chambers is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist and worked as a Health Educator at Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center in Washington D.C. Brittany also has experience working on NIH-funded research studies and she has co-authored academic, peer-reviewed articles. Ms. Chambers completed a health disparities research fellowship prior to joining CAPC.

Ms. Chambers serves on the Division Board for Professional Development at the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC) and reviews conference abstracts for the American Public Health Association (APHA) and Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). Ms. Chambers presents her work at national meetings and has been honored for her leadership. She is a member of the Delta Omega Honorary Society, was named one of Drexel Magazine’s 40 under 40 and featured as one of the ‘People on the Move’ by the Journal of Palliative Medicine and Health Equity Journal.

Ms. Chambers received her BS in Community Health from University of Maryland, College Park and her MPH from Drexel University, School of Public Health.

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