Brittany Hall is Senior Director of Equitable Access at Candid, a nonprofit dedicated to making the social sector more efficient, equitable, and effective by sharing information about foundations and nonprofit organizations. She is spearheading efforts to identify and overcome barriers faced by historically underrepresented groups in accessing funding by providing nonprofits with equitable access to the networks, skills, and resources necessary for them to effectively carry out their missions. Above all, her work is centered in ensuring that all nonprofits, regardless of their background, have fair and equitable access to funding, enabling them to deliver sustainable impact and advance community trust, opportunity, and overall quality of life.
Prior to joining Candid, Brittany was most recently the Senior Director of Impact at Hello Alice, a social enterprise tech company, where she partnered with enterprise organizations to deploy over $38M in unrestricted grant funding to historically underrepresented small businesses. Previously, she has worked in industries as diverse as healthcare, e-commerce, financial services, and consulting, all with an intentional emphasis on creating positive social impact.
Brittany currently serves as the chair of the board of directors for the Contemporary Arts Network (CAN) Foundation, an organization dedicated to building sustainable careers for the creative class through artist development, arts education, and public art projects, while strengthening communities through the arts.
Brittany earned a Bachelor of Science in cultural anthropology and a Bachelor of Arts in corporate communication from James Madison University, as well as an accreditation in diversity, equity, and inclusion from Cornell University. She currently resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia.