Experience: Briana is the Founder and Director of the Edinburgh Student Arts Festival (ESAF), an award-winning social enterprise that supports emerging artists, public access to the arts and youth access to the creative sector. She studied an MA Sustainable Development at the University of Edinburgh and set up the University's first ever Black History Month in 2010. She currently works part-time for the National Theatre of Scotland in the LEARN department project managing a piece of work around young people and is the speaker coach for Creative Mornings Edinburgh. She currently studies a Masters of Business Administration at the University of Arts London Central Saint Martins and University of London Birkbeck with the fully funded Sundstorm Scholarship for Women Leaders. She currently sits on the advisory board of the Travelling Gallery, steering group of Creative Edinburgh and is the youngest member of the University of Edinburgh's General Council Business Committee. Her passion lies in creativity. She loves reading, writing, and coming up with something wacky. She is also an advocate for self-care and self-love because of her own journey with anxiety. You can often find her wandering a food market or flea market, going for long walks, watching a good film, or doing some yoga.
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