Brittany graduates from Duke's Program II - a self-designed interdisciplinary program where she focused on how technology drives innovation in new markets. As a student, she was an active campus leader serving on Campus Council and as the Undergraduate Representative to the Board.
2007 - 2010
(acquired by Netsuite)
Beginning as a customer success associate at this early cloud startup, Brittany goes to take on the role of Professional Services consultant, leading some of the world’s largest companies in their global deployments of OpenAir. Following NetSuite’s acquisition, Brittany moved to Australia to open the APAC BU
2010 - 2011
Brittany joins marketing startup, HubSpot, to help customers create closed-loop reporting with their other back-end systems, which became a key strategic growth initiative to improve use of high value functionality and increase customer retention for which she was recognized as a top Services Team performer in the 2011 Champions Club.
2012 - 2014
Kronos (now UKG)
Joining workforce management titan Kronos (now UKG), Brittany steps into the role of Senior Manager of Business Development for Retail & Hospitality to lead go-to-market strategy, coordinating cross-department to lead new messaging, sales, and market initiatives.
As an MBA Student at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Brittany honed her skills in enterprise management, go-to-market, and entrepreneurship. Her passion for and expertise for business earned her a spot in the legendary Sloan Follies.
2016 - 2017
Following her passion for cybersecurity, Brittany joins Cybereason to evaluate market opportunities and build the teams and strategies to capture them.
Frustrated with cybersecurity’s focus on perimeter security even though 9 out of 10 breaches begin due to defects in code, Brittany founds Wabbi, creating the market that would later come to be known as ASOC (Application Security Orchestration & Correlation).
In reflection of her regional leadership and support of the Massachusetts technology ecosystem, Brittany is named to the MassTLC Board of Trustees to further advance their mission in supporting technology policy and community.
top woman in cybersecurity
Brittany is recognized as A Top Woman in Cybersecurity by Cyber Defense Magazine in their annual Global Infosec Awards for her industry leadership and work advocating female founders in a highly underrepresented industry.
40 Under 40
As an active member of the Boston tech community, Brittany is recognized by the Boston Business Journal in their 40 under 40. She was also recognized as a Top Woman in Cybersecurity by the peer-voted Cybersecurity Excellence Awards