Britton Tuck, MPH

Manager, Communications and Faculty Engagement
Britton Tuck

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Britton Tuck is the Manager of Communications and Faculty Engagement at the Emory Global Health Institute. In this role, Ms. Tuck leads both internal and external communication strategies for EGHI including social media, website content, and printed collateral. She also is a liaison between EGHI and Emory faculty who work in global health settings. She also managed the Rotavirus Immunization Program Evaluation in Kenya (RIPEK) grant and the Refugee and Immigrant Health and Wellness Alliance (RIHWA).

Prior to joining EGHI, Ms. Tuck was the Director for Communities In Schools of Cochran/Bleckley County’s 21st Century Community Learning Center, a federally funded afterschool program for students in grades 3-9. Prior to her role as Program Director, she served two years as an AmeriCorps VISTA where she helped establish Communities In Schools of Milledgeville/Baldwin County. During her service, she managed a team of site coordinators to provide support services for children and families in the Baldwin County public school system. In these positions, she gained extensive experience in grant management, coalition building, and community health and development.

Ms. Tuck earned her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in global health from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and her Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health and Human Services from Georgia College and State University. She is also a Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP) through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.