San Francisco native Brittney Doyle is the Founder of WISE Health SF, a public health consulting company that develops innovative engagement models to advance health equity within underserved communities. She has over 15 years experience developing and spearheading health initiatives nationwide.
Brittney’s work focuses on increasing access to COVID related care and education, overcoming food insecurity, sexual health education and increasing the awareness and importance of advanced care planning. Brittney collaborates with community organizations, government agencies, health clinics and academic institutions to ensure underserved communities are reached wherever they work, live, play and pray. She is very passionate about developing interactive and effective health programming that will appeal to diverse communities of all ages. Some of her popular programs are Faith, Values & Sex After 60 a sexual health educational workshop series for 60+, Making Grandma’s Medicine an interactive cannabis education workshop; and Made With Love an emergency response food delivery program for socially isolated seniors.
Brittney earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration in behavioral science and social marketing from Saint Louis University, and an undergraduate degree in consumer science and education from the University of Memphis. She currently serves as the Western District Governor for the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women (NANBPWC). She is a proud member of the illustrious Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., as well as the San Francisco Business and Professional Women’s Club. She currently sits on the board of SF Village and SisterWeb Doula Network.