Brittany Harmon

EMI Representative - Communications
Joined EMI: December 2014
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Professional Training & Experience

  • BS Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Tyler, 2010
  • Pine Cove Forge Leadership & Discipleship Program, 2011
  • EMI Middle East North Africa Intern, 2012
  • Civil Engineer (EIT) Consulting in Texas 2012-2015

Upon graduating with her civil engineering degree, Brittany knew she wanted to use her education to serve communities in the developing world.  After a  year long discipleship and ministry training program, she joined EMI in their Middle East/North Africa office to pursue this hope.  After 8 months overseas as an intern, Brittany worked for AECOM where she obtained her EIT and was part of their water resources and land development teams.  With her training through the discipleship program, her experiences as an intern overseas, then working in consulting Brittany has been uniquely able to serve in a couple different capacities with EMI allowing her pursue her passions of discipleship, teaching, cross cultural training, and design.

Ministry Experience

Brittany spent many summers as a camp counselor learning to love children and teach them about Christ. As a senior counselor, she was challenged in helping young adults grow in their faith which was a catalyst for her to attend a discipleship program after college. This program provided 19 hours of seminary courses which intrigued Brittany to learn how people from different cultures' worldviews impact their beliefs about God. Ultimately, this helped guide her towards the decision to go overseas for 8 months. Upon her return to America, she sought to teach English to refugees and also be a leader with YoungLife- College which was great preparation for the role she is in today at EMI USA.


Brittany's husband Spencer has been a huge support to Brittany as he and her share a passion for making disciples and building the Kingdom of God. As a military family, they are constantly on the move sharing EMI with different communities and making connections for those interested in serving.