Brianna Bragg has 13 years professionally in early childhood education, social services, and advocacy. She is the eldest of 21 first cousins, where she learned early on the value of childhood, education, dedication, and community. Brianna has worked as a Montessori Teacher, Nanny, Family Advocate/Home Visitor, Sexual Assault Crisis Response, and Early Childhood Policy Advocate. Brianna spent time during graduate school organizing against the arming of campus security, and supporting the Students of Color Collective. She has spent her post-graduate experience in clinical and community organizing work within the Houseless population. She’s been a part of the development of several campaigns and conferences including Postcards for Protectors, Spending Bills, Queer Students of Color Conference, and NW Regional Fellowship of Reconciliation Conference. Brianna is dedicated to the eradication of oppressive systems utilizing nonviolent civil disobedience and has been a part of training and organizing through Portland Peace Team, The Peace Action Team, and Fellowship of Reconciliation. Brianna has two undergraduate degrees from Portland State University in Social Science (Womxn’s Studies & Sociology) and Child & Family Studies (Early Childhood Education). Brianna is a fat, queer, two-spirit, Yankton Sioux, biracial womxn. She loves to grow her own food, cook for community, bead, and road trip. Brianna stays grounded with the help of her partner, her two tiny puppies, and her chosen family.