Brittanie Brockett is an accomplished scientist and dedicated STEM advocate with over 10 years of Clinical Research training in Biomedical Science. Brittanie currently serves as a Scientist for the Food and Drug Administration working to on therapeutics for EBOV. Previously, Brittanie has done impactful work as a Senior Clinical Research Associate at NIH/NIAID with both the Zika and Chikungunya viruses. Ms. Brockett is a graduate of Salisbury University, where she earned her BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and is currently pursuing her MLA in Biotechnology from Harvard University. She also is a member of the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society and holds a Certificate of Regulatory Affairs in Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals. Brittanie currently resides in Maryland where she is active in her community and a loving Mom to her beautiful daughter.