Brianna is Jamaican-American. She was born in Miami, Florida and her parents are from Jamaica. Her interest for interpreting began when she took her first American Sign Language class during her freshman year of high school. She took the class just to fulfill her language requirement but little did she know it was going to become a vital part of her life. From the young age of 14, she was certain that becoming an interpreter was her destiny.
In 2016, Brianna graduated from the University of South Florida with a bachelor’s in Communication and Science Disorders concentrated in American Sign Language Interpreter Training. She has interpreted in a variety of interpreting settings such as K-12, post-secondary, religious, medical and mental health. Currently, she is a full time staff interpreter for a preventative program.
Fun facts: Brianna is a world traveler. She is currently learning Spanish and plans to learn French next. Brianna loves dancing and weight lifting. She listens to soca, dancehall, and reggae.
Contact Brianna at AssociateRep@nycmetrorid.org