“It’s in this field that I am able to combine my passion for health and desire to improve the quality of life for all people – a field of both inquiry and arena for action.”
Brittany Hunsinger is Program Manager for the Partnerships for Success (P4S) program and has been with IPS since 2018. P4S focuses on identifying behavioral health disparities among the Latino population in the Southern Border Region of San Diego County, while exploring and addressing community characteristics that may be contributing to these disparities.
Brittany started her time at IPS as the prevention specialist for the Binge and Underage Drinking Initiative, where she assisted with the implementation and coordination of prevention project activities focused on preventing alcohol-related harms. She then moved on to Special Projects Manager where she worked closely with the IPS Executive Team to enhance cross-collaboration between projects agency-wide and ensure the advancement of organizational goals. Brittany has a master’s in Public Health from National University and holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of California, Irvine. Outside of IPS, Brittany enjoys camping, rock climbing and spending time with her husband and two daughters.