2023 Spring Conference
Brittany Odom is a Homeless Technical Assistance Provider with more than 10 years of experience in the social and homeless services fields. She has provided direct services to clients of diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, working in an administrative capacity to develop, monitor, and improve service quality, effectiveness, and efficiency. Her dedication to the cause of ending homelessness has led her to various homeless advocacy roles in DC, Virginia, and South Florida. Mrs. Odom has provided training and technical assistance to communities and homeless services provider personnel across the country in the fields of racial equity, HUD compliance, coordinated entry, and the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), among many others. In addition to her homeless services background, Mrs. Odom also spent three years abroad teaching social studies at an international school in Ghana, West Africa. Mrs. Odom holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from Barry University, a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Michigan State University and certification in web development from Atlantic Technical College. When she is not working, she is spending time with her family and managing a nonprofit she co-founded with her husband that providies underprivileged youth the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of tennis.