Dr. Brittany McDonald is a nonprofit executive from Pittsburgh with expertise in corporate social responsibility, employee engagement and a passion for volunteerism and community outreach. She started her consulting company, Brittany McDonald Co., to provide SMBs with employee engagement expertise, CSR Strategy, and guidance of leveraging technology for social good. As a thought leader, her work has been published in academic and scholarly communities and she is a writer for business.com.
In addition to a PhD in Community Engagement, Brittany also received an MBA in International Business from Point Park University and a Bachelors of Science in Natural Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focused on the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Millennial employee engagement. As a Net Impact Tech for Good Fellow she created a mobile app to simplify charitable giving to Pittsburgh nonprofit organizations, and founded the Net Impact graduate chapter for Point Park University.
As a nonprofit leader, Brittany is the Executive Director of Uptown Partners of Pittsburgh. She also serves as the President of the Board of Directors of La Escuelita Arcoiris, a Spanish immersion early learning organization, and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie of Homestead, a historic library, music hall, and athletic club.