Brittany Sharee Bobb was born on June 17, 1989 in Albany NY, to Gary Bobb and Elaine Grant. Brittany accepted Christ as her Lord and savior at the age of 10 and was baptized at the Church of Jesus Christ, under the pastorship of the late Bishop Rube Bethea. It was there that she received her foundation on how to walk upright as a Christian woman. When Brittany was 13 years old she united with the Macedonia Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Leonard D. Comithier. Growing up in Macedonia prepared Brittany for the leadership roles that she holds today.
Brittany received her education graduating from Albany High School in 2007 with an Advanced Regents Diploma. She then went on to attend Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY and received her Bachelors of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in May of 2011. While attending Marist Brittany was a Career Connector, which was the liaison between student and faculty, President of the Gospel Choir for two years and Vice President of the Black Student Union for one year.
At her home church, Brittany serves as the Teen Sunday School teacher; she is actively involved in her youth ministry; she faithfully attends Bible study; and she represents the young people on the Christian Education Ministry.
With the support of Macedonia Baptist Church Brittany serves as the President of the Empire Baptist Missionary Convention Youth & Young People's Auxiliary as well as one of the Youth Liaisons for the Hudson River Frontier Missionary Baptist Association Congress of Christian Education.
With a song in her heart, Brittany walks proudly singing; Daily I shall worship thee. Lamb of God who died for me. Who extended endless mercies. Daily I shall worship thee.