Brielle Manovich has over eight years of diverse professional experience. Her passion for youth development led her to work at three of the six Virginia 4-H Educational Centers where she performed administrative duties, planned programs and events for youth, and worked as an Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Education facilitator. Her background also includes work as a Senior Group Leader at a therapeutic wilderness school and a technical instructor within the public school system. While the majority of her work experience has been with non-profit organizations, Brielle is eager to transition into higher education to continue serving those who are passionate about making a difference in today's society.
She currently serves in the United States Navy Reserves as an Electronic Technician Petty Officer First Class. Her hobbies include hiking, camping, traveling, and designing websites.
Brielle graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies from Arizona State University, with concentrations in Organizational Leadership and Family and Human Development. During her undergraduate studies, Mrs. Manovich was the chapter Vice President of Alpha Iota Sigma, an Honor Society for students in interdisciplinary academic programs. As Vice President, she was also the student editor of the chapter's annual publication, Interdisciplinary Studies Works. She is also a member of Phi Kappa Phi, a National Honor Society.
Brielle is a graduate student at George Mason University.