Brianna is a natural leader and seasoned organizer with expertise in grassroots support-building, community mobilizing and outreach activations. She is the organizer behind many of Consensus’ community outreach efforts to identify and engage key stakeholders on housing, transportation, and real estate development. A stark advocate for social change, she has conducted extensive outreach in the South Los Angeles community for Community Coalition and CONTRA-TIEMPO. Brianna also brings in an international perspective to Consensus, having led an award-winning research program in Mexico City on urban development and community engagement. She’s a proud graduate of the USC Price School of Public Policy with a B.S in Policy, Planning and Development, where she was “Senator of The Year” for her service as a Commuter Senator for USC’s Undergraduate Student Government. She also served as Director of Community Affairs and Assistant Director of the Black Student Assembly. She is a graduate and active member of the Los Angeles African American Women in Public Policy Institute. Brianna is proficient in Spanish.