She was born in Berlin where she got her professional education at the State Ballet School. In 1989 she was finalist at the Prix de Lausanne, in 1990 she won the first prize at the national competition of the GDR. Until 1995 she was soloist at he the German State Opera in Berlin, then she joined the Aalto Ballet Theatre in Essen, under the direction of Martin Puttke, where she was awarded the Aalto Stage Prize for her interpretation of Tatjana in Cranko's Onegin. During these years she danced choreographies by Rudolf Nurejew, George Balanchine, Nacho Duato, Maryse Delente, William Forsythe, Daniela Kurz and otheres. In 1998 she joined the Nürnberg Ballet (direction Daniela Kurz). Since 2000 she has been working freelance with choreographers like Marco Santi, Christian Spuck, Katja Wachter, Nina Kurzja, Christoph Winkler, Silvana Schröder and Tomi Paasonen.
On the occasion of a Wiesenthal premiere at the Aalto Ballet she got to know Susanne Mundorf, the preserver of the artistic heritage of Grete Wiesenthal (1885 - 1970). Ever since, Brit Rodemund, as one of the well-known interpreters of Wiesenthal's creations, has stood up for the work of the important choreographer from Vienna. Susanne Mundorf, on the other hand, who lives near Lake Starnberg, has maintained the tradition of Wiesenthal's work in her project group and in her activities as an international educationist.