Christine Brittle, founder of Uncommon Insights, specializes in improving the ability of organizations to effectively communicate environmental, health, risk, and safety messages, and has been actively pursuing research on public opinion and climate change, including her 2005 doctoral research. She plans, designs, and implements research projects to enhance communications, including literature reviews, surveys, focus groups, and Web usability studies, and also writes communication materials for non-technical audiences. She has led communication projects for a variety of federal agencies and nonprofit organizations, and currently teaches a course on marketing public programs.
BA, Political Science, Washington University
PhD, Communication Studies, University of Michigan
Brittle, C. and N. Muthuswamy. (2009). Scientific elites and concern for global warming: The impact of disagreement, evidence strength, partisan cues, and exposure to news content on concern for global warming. International Journal of Sustainability Communication, 4, 23-44.