Brittany Frew, MPH
Program Manager, Clinical & Community Collaboration
(202) 775-9007

Background & Bio
Brittany serves as Program Manager for AMCHP’s Clinical and Community Collaboration team. She joins AMCHP from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she worked with the Connected Health Applications and Interventions (CHAI) Core, developing eHealth and mHealth solutions for health researchers. Brittany is an experienced program specialist across several maternal and child health focus areas, including school nutrition and oral health, and completed a Title V graduate internship at the New Mexico Department of Health. She enjoys utilizing innovative strategies, such as telehealth and geographic information systems (GIS), to understand and improve access to care. Brittany holds an MPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Arizona State University.

My Current Work
On the Clinical and Community Collaboration team, Brittany supports AMCHP’s ongoing telehealth work by providing technical assistance to maternal and child health programs and promoting jurisdictional practices and policies that utilize telehealth to improve health equity and access to care for families.

Ask Me About
Telehealth, digital health, GIS, social media, school-based initiatives, rural health care, or the latest movie I’ve seen.