Brittany Hardy is a White Plains, NY native. She graduated from White Plains High School in 2006. In May 2010, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications, Broadcasting and Mass Media. While a student at Temple University, Brittany interned at NFL Films, Comcast Sportsnet-Philadelphia, and NATPE in Las Vegas. Furthermore, she became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and started her own fundraiser, the Jamiel Neal Fundraiser. The mission of the fundraiser is to uplift and strengthen the community by enhancing our knowledge of the dangers and effects of drunk driving. Every year the fundraisers host of participates in events in White Plains.
Two weeks after graduating, Brittany started working for ESPN as a Production Assistant. She worked for ESPN for two years and left to pursue her dream of becoming a feature producer at NBC Sports. She worked for NBC Sports for 6 years where she worked on live sporting events, studio shows, and feature produced. The most significant events were: 3 Olympics Games (Sochi, Rio and Korea), 2 Super Bowls (XLIX and LII), and a Triple Crown. Furthermore while at NBC Sports, Brittany won 3 Sports Emmy awards and tow GEM (Going the Extra Mile) awards.
Brittany left NBC Sports April 2019 and fulfilled her dream to work for the NBA. She currently lives in Atlanta, Ga and works for Turner Sports as a Writer/Producer.
Brittany has a lot form to achieve, but contributes her success thus far to God, her parents and the White Plains Youth Bureau. Those components laid a solid foundation for her. The White Plains youth Bureau helped Brittany learn how to write a resume and interview with employers. She is grateful for her time at the White Plains Youth Bureau.