Britt has worked in the non-profit sector for over 25 years. Her contributions to organizations in the arts, environmental and conservation sectors have focused on development, communications and community engagement. After 3 years in advertising she returned to graduate school for Art History and began a 14 year career working in museums. Britt moved to the Cape in 1994 and became the Director of the Centerville Historical Museum. While at the museum she worked as a free-lance writer for regional arts publications and the Barnstable Patriot. During a period of transition she went into real estate and consulted for a variety of non-profits, including Outer Cape Health Services and the Association to Preserve Cape Cod. In 2007 she joined the International Fund for Animal Welfare as their Prospect Researcher, then helped develop their mid-level program and ultimately became Associate Director of Major Gifts. She remains a volunteer with their Marine Mammal Stranding Response.
Britt is actively engaged in local politics and serves on the board of a non-profit that is focused on regenerative agriculture. She is a proud mother to her daughter Sophia, and her step-children, Cole and Elizabeth. Britt, her partner Thomas, live in Centerville with their two dogs and a cat.
In her role as Director of Development and Communications Britt is responsible for communicating the work and activities of the CDP, increasing supporter engagement and revenue and working closely with the Executive Director to develop a long-term comprehensive development plan for the organization.