Brittany R. King (MA) is a Delegate and e-learning specialist with 1791 Delegates, designing online learning programs for a wide range of clients.
Brittany previously served as an instructional design specialist at the Religious Freedom Center where she assessed subject matter experts’ instructional needs and served as the lead for a new professional development series called “Constitution 2 Classroom.” This First Amendment education program led to the editing and curating of over 20 learning modules.
She partnered closely with faculty to brainstorm, storyboard, and finalize instructional and promotional videos; designed e-learning content using Adobe Captivate; developed web-based and multimedia materials using online learning tools such as Survey Monkey, Prezi, Quizlet, and E-Learning Brothers; evaluated the effectiveness of curricula using survey/client feedback tools.
She also served as an e-learning specialist at the U.S. Commodity Futures Training Commission, serving as a learning management system administration. Her work included site configurations, data/content uploads, learning path creation, course publishing, report design, and eLearning library management.
Brittany graduated with distinction with her Master of Arts degree from Kings College London in World History & Cultures. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in religious studies and elementary education and completed an advance certificate in teaching and learning from George Mason University.
Brittany is a tea aficionado, Anglophile, Game of Thrones enthusiast, and creator/host of the HistoryBitchesPodcast.com.