Brittany Musolino joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 2020 as a communications associate, providing support internally and across the Foundation’s programs. As a member of the Communications department, she helps to support strategies, elevate voices, and advance RWJF’s goals. With a keen interest in behavioral science and social change, she views narrative framing and strategic messaging as a vital tool in developing social norms around a Culture of Health.
Previously Brittany worked as outreach coordinator at the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE), where she led multiple education campaigns and events that focused on connecting the public to local water resources—mainly in the cities of Philadelphia and Wilmington, Del. In this role, she started many collaborative groups that worked on inclusive community events, innovative education programs, and neighborhood beautification efforts.
Prior to PDE Brittany spent two years with The Watershed Institute in Pennington, N.J. She worked with dozens of landowners to implement stormwater management tactics and environmentally friendly landscaping practices, ranging from homeowners to golf courses to schools including large corporate campuses throughout Mercer County. Her interest in protecting freshwater resources stems from her service term in the N.J. AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassador Program, hosted by the N.J. Department of Environmental Protection.
Brittany holds a BS in Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior from Rutgers University and a graduate certificate in Climate Change and Health from the Yale School of Public Health. Currently residing in Philadelphia, she is a New Jersey native and sits on the board of the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC).