Brittney Dudar is an Investment Manager on Grand Challenges Canada’s Transition to Scale program, and leads the Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights portfolio.
Brittney holds a Master’s of Global Affairs from the University of Toronto’s Munk School, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Music from Wilfrid Laurier University. Prior to joining Grand Challenges Canada, she completed an Engineers Without Borders Canada fellowship in Kampala, Uganda as an Investment Officer, where she was responsible for sourcing a pipeline of seed-stage social enterprise investments. Brittney also spearheaded the design of Engineers Without Borders’ gender lens investing strategy. Brittney has supported early-stage technology businesses and women entrepreneurs in London, UK and investigated behavioral interventions for women’s financial inclusion in South Africa. Her professional interests lie at the intersection of innovation, development, and gender equity.