Brittany Christie, a Tallahassee Community College alum and former women's basketball player for the Eagles, joined the athletics department staff on August 1, 2019. In addition to assisting in day-to-day operations of the department, Christie will coordinate community engagement opportunities for the Eagles' student-athletes.
Christie, a native of Tallahassee, Fla., prepped at Florida High and was a starting guard for the Eagles from 2007-09. She helped the Eagles to a postseason berth as a freshman then, as a sophomore, appeared in 27 games and averaged 3.3 points and 1.4 rebounds en route to being named Honorable Mention All-Panhandle Conference.
Christie excelled off the court as well. She was twice named All-Academic by both the Florida College System Activities Association and Panhandle Conference and was TCC's Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2009.
After earning her Associate of Arts degree from TCC in 2009, Christie earned two degrees from Florida State University - a bacheleor of science in criminology and a master of science in sport management. Her previous athetlic-related experience includes stints at Thomas University, where she was a community relations and game management intern and later served as Student Activities Coordinator and Housing Manager, Florida High as the head middle school girls basketball coach, Florida State as a basketball operations intern, and the renowned Tallahassee Comets AAU basketball program, where she was the event coordinator.
In addition to her responsibilities with TCC Athletics, Christie currently works for Tallahassee Parks & Recretation as the Assistant Supervisor at Palmer Munroe Teen Center.