Brittany Cesarini is the Senior Associate, Advocacy and Communications at Global Health Corps. In this role, she supports efforts to build the capacity of GHC's nearly 900 fellows and alumni in using their voices to create social change. She also serves as Editor-in-Chief of GHC's publication, AMPLIFY, and manages GHC's social media channels and key media and public engagement partnerships. Before joining the GHC team, Brittany led communications and legislation initiatives for a New York City Council Member in the Bronx, and worked as a Princeton Project 55 fellow in the foster care/adoption department at New Alternatives for Children. Brittany holds a B.A. in Public Policy, Gender & Sexuality Studies, and African Studies from Princeton University (and a semester at the University of Cape Town). She spent her summers during undergrad learning Swahili, interning in the field of HIV/AIDS, and researching gender-based violence in Tanzania. Following graduation, Brittany was selected to receive the Henry Richardson Labouisse ’26 Prize, which she used to fund the launch of the Shikamana initiative in Dar es Salaam. Through the project, she worked with Tanzanian activists to educate youth on public health topics including violence prevention, family planning, and disease prevention.