Brytanee Brown is a Community Planner for TransForm. Brytanee leads TransForm's shared mobility outreach campaigns. She is an urban planning professional passionate about engaging communities in the development of places and programs that support the creation of wealth for all residents. Prior to TransForm, Brytanee worked as a project manager at the Tenderloin Economic Development Project in San Francisco. She has a background in economic and community development with a particular focus on developing social impact strategies for food enterprises. In college, she traveled to Nairobi, Kenya to facilitate a community engagement process with Mathare Valley residents and stakeholders around plans that avoided widespread displacement and granted land tenure to residents.
Brytanee holds a Master of Arts in Urban Planning from Tufts University and a Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies with minor in City and Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley. On the weekends you can catch her attending a concert, cheering on a local sports team with her friends, or working in her garden. Brytanee is originally from Berkeley, California.