Brittany Mandara acts as one of PFC’s Adjunct Firearms Instructors. After completing her Bachelors of Science degree in Outdoor Adventure Recreation and Wilderness Leadership; she went on organizing team building, growth through risk, and leadership experiences around the world. She has also taught children and adults the English language through experience-based programs. In 2010, Brittany began her career in firearms. She has led private firearms and CCW courses, facilitated range operations, and organized events such as SHOT show. In addition to firearms training, Brittany has served as a protective services agent, providing access control to exclusive events, secure transportation, and security surveillance with PFC Safeguards, Team Zebra and other security companies.
Brittany became a supervisor for the United States Department of Energy’s Nuclear Protective Force. Here she was charged with the security and safeguarding of special nuclear material, explosive devices, and governmental research projects. After graduating several DOE firearms instructor courses she became an adjunct instructor for the training academy at the Nevada National Security Site.
She is now responsible for the supervision of the Department of Energy’s Emergency Planning and Preparedness Directorate at the Nevada National Security Site. Additionally, Brittany owns and operates POINT Firearms Instruction, LLC. while simultaneously working on her master’s in Leadership.
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