Brittnie Knight

Community and National Initiatives Program


Brittnie Knight joined the Knight Foundation in June 2017.

Previously, Knight worked at Indego, The City of Philadelphia’s bike share program in events and community engagement, where she oversaw a Street Team and Indego’s grassroots and social media outreach efforts. Prior to that, Knight worked for the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, an arts and culture advocacy and service organization with over 400 members.

Knight, originally from Erie, PA is actively involved in the Philadelphia arts and culture scene, working with organizations such as the Asian Arts Initiative, Girls Rock Philly, the Painted Bride, Vision Driven Artists and more. Knight hosts a weekly podcast, “Black Girls Laughing,” and remains active in all things mental health, community and millennials.

Knight holds a Bachelor of Arts in theater and communications from Gannon University and a Master of Science in arts administration from Drexel University.