Briana, a native of Prince William County, is a dedicated public servant with a passion for helping others. She graduated from the Prince William County public school system and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from the College of William and Mary and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from American University.
Growing up in a military family, Briana learned the importance of integrity and service to others from her parents. Her commitment to public service was strengthened after working as District Director for Congressman Connolly, where she helped lead the office in community events and oversaw the strong constituent services team. Briana also played a crucial role in establishing the Virginia Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy, where she worked to bring all factions together to support policies that promote affordable child care, job training programs, affordable elder care options, and more.
In November 2021, Briana was elected to her first term in the Virginia House of Delegates. As a District Director, community organizer, Chief of Staff to the County Chair, and now a state delegate, she has always listened to the people’s concerns and worked tirelessly to address them. She understands the issues facing the 25th District because she’s lived through them herself.
Briana’s dedication to public service, her deep understanding of the issues facing her community, and her proven track record of bringing people together to achieve common goals make her the ideal representative for the 25th District.