Brittnie Bloom

Brittnie Bloom, M.S.

SDSU IMSD-MBRS Program Manager

San Diego State University, San Diego, California

Brittnie Bloom is a San Diego State University graduate. She was a Psychology and English double major with a minor in Counseling and Social Change. While at SDSU, Brittnie was involved with many of the campus organizations that are still around today including Psych Club, PsyChi, SACNAS, the honors societies, Psychology Undergraduate Advising, and the McNair Scholars Program, and was involved in research.

After some time in the workforce, Brittnie attended UCLA’s Fielding School of Public Health and received her M.S. in Public Health in Community Health Sciences with a specialization in Health Promotion and Health Education. While at UCLA, Brittnie was involved with student orgs and research that focused on violence prevention (e.g. domestic violence and human trafficking), health education, program evaluation, and media literacy. She also taught a Writing course on Ethics to Engineering students through UCLA’s School of Engineering.

Brittnie received the President Leadership Award for Staff Excellence on SDSU’s Campus in 2016 for her dedication to underrepresented students on SDSU’s campus, her work with Phi Kappa Phi, and her community involvement.

In the Fall of 2017 she will begin a PhD Program in Global Public Health through the SDSU-UCSD Joint Doctoral Program.


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