Briana oversees the Center for Best Practices’ initiatives related to training and technical assistance. She manages a team of child nutrition experts who serve as the organization’s “go-to” on the federal nutrition programs, such as school breakfast, summer meals and SNAP. Briana’s nearly two decade career has been spent working at mission-driven organizations that strive to make our country a more equitable and just place for all. Prior to joining No Kid Hungry in 2016, Briana worked on school health initiatives at HealthCorps and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Before that, she spearheaded a diabetes and obesity prevention program for African-American men at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA and she also served as the first Wellstone Fellow for Social Justice at Families USA. Briana received her B.S. in Public Health from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (home of the TarHeels). In her spare time, she serves as President of the Kenya Javon Webster Memorial Scholarship, volunteers in her local community and enjoys cooking, gardening, and spending quality time with her husband and two young sons. Briana’s commitment to social justice runs deep and drives her commitment to ensuring that no kid goes hungry.