Brittany N. Champion comes to Pitt Community College from Wayne County Public Library. She worked as a Reference librarian for a little over a year. Prior to her work in Wayne County, she was a Circulation Assistant at Methodist University’s Davis Memorial Library in Fayetteville, NC. She received her Masters of Library Science degree from North Carolina Central University in May of 2018. Brittany currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Roundtable for Ethnic Minority Concerns (REMCo), a roundtable of North Carolina Library Association.
When it comes to libraries, Brittany enjoys all things instruction, outreach, and programming. Her philosophy is that community engagement is an important component to a library’s success. The support of the community means more use of the library’s services and resources. Once one patron has achieved success using the library’s resources, he’ll tell another and from there it has a snowball effect.
Student success through the use of the library is her focus. While here at Pitt, Brittany hopes to make a positive impact on student’s lives and their academic endeavors.
You can contact Brittany at (252) 493-7362, email@example.com, or by stopping by the Library!