A Houston native and proud University of Houston alum (Go Coogs!), Brittaney first discovered her love for journalism in a class with Mrs. Hodges at Cinco Ranch High School. But if you want to throw it back even further, Brittaney was introduced to the world of news anchors and reporting after delivering a book report in the 6th grade and learning about Katie Couric.
Since then, Brittaney has spent time learning more about the industry, devouring Oprah episodes (though, Brittaney can't give away cars. Sorry!) and has met some awesome people along the way.
Brittaney attended Houston Community College, where she got to soak up as much as she could in the TV department, getting the opportunity to learn everything from editing to videography.
Brittaney loves fashion, travel, French culture and language, musicals and watching classic movies. But she also loves the Marvel Cinematic Universe, anything to do with comics, watching Astros baseball games with her dad and adding to an extensive list of books to read.
Catch her weekdays with the morning team! She's extremely honored to serve the community through ABC13 and doesn't take the opportunity lightly to be here.
Cinco Ranch High School counselor and Uber legend on bigger mission to help homeless
"There has to be more I can do." Cinco Ranch counselor Jeff Roth is always there for his students, and it's what he sees on his Uber trips that drives him to help some of the most vulnerable.
From Katy to Ukraine and back: Alum becomes teacher at elementary school where she was student
Emily Childress' dream has been to teach in Katy, where she was a student. Now, seven years after her teaching stint in Kiev, calling Katy ISD home again is a reality.
Houston talent putting on for the city at College World Series in Omaha
There's a lot of Houston talent in Omaha this Friday putting on for their city! Here is a breakdown of some key players making us proud in the College World Series.
'America the Beautiful' to showcase North America's most iconic landscapes in new Disney+ series
The wonder and diversity of North America will be celebrated in a six-part series narrated by Michael B. Jordan and streaming just in time for Independence Day.
More TOP STORIES News