Britney Kirksey is a native of Mobile, AL. She is a Project Engineer at Clark Construction Group, where she constructed the Amazon Center of Operations Excellence. Britney previously worked as a Social Worker at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital in the Hospitalist Units serving both geriatric and medically complex patients. While at UAB majority of her patients were uninsured, Medicaid, or Medicare recipients. She was responsible for managing the discharge process; for patients to both home and Skilled Nursing Facilities; while processing their hospitalization and discharge plan with insurance companies and hospital administration.
Britney received her B.A. in Psychology from Auburn University and Master of Social Work from the University of Alabama. While at UA, she interned with Alabama Arise; she was a part of the successful passage of the HB110 establishing the Alabama Housing Trust Fund. Also, during her internship, she assisted in Alabama Arise’s efforts to expand Medicaid in Alabama. Britney would later intern at the Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence during the passage of multiple legislation to protect victims of domestic violence. Eventually, Britney returned to Auburn to serve as a Research Assistant on a Housing and Urban Development grant for affordable aging-in-place housing while completing her Master of Building Construction. She’s serving on TJC’s Board of Directors as an Intern through the Young Leaders Council.