Member of the Board of Directors
Aariyana Renee Britton (she/her) is a current Biomedical and Health Science Doctorate Student from Richmond, Virginia. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Sciences and Biology from Averett University (2020) and a Master's of Science in Biology from Liberty University where she focused mainly on public health and medical US policy (2022). With her accolades, she has become a Clinical Coordinator for the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Massey Cancer Center where she conducts research experiments and provides state-of-the-art genetic and biomedical cancer treatment to those with the disease. Her life’s and career’s work has been dedicated to finding the cures for some of the world’s toughest diseases such as cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and autoimmune disorders.
Throughout obtaining her Doctorate degree, Aariyana has been able to give back to her community by mentoring young STEM professionals, advocating for women and people of color in medicine, and bringing medical resources to underrepresented populations around the US. She is currently a member of several honor societies, public health groups, and VCU’s Minorities in Oncology team leader.
In her free time, Aariyana enjoys reading, writing, traveling, advocating for women's engagement in corporate settings, doing pageants, and spending time with her fiance’ - who is a Senior Airman in the U.S. Air Force. She is a previous member of the She Votes 2022 Ambassador class.