Brianna Michelle Singleton, MPH, RN, PHH, AGPCNP-BC, is currently enrolled at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) where she is pursuing a PhD in nursing. Her research topic focuses on the effects of occupational burnout and social determinants of health such as housing stability and commuting among Bay Area transit workers. She entered into the inaugural Master of Public Health cohort at the University of San Francisco, and became the school’s first Vice President of Administrative Affairs. She then matriculated into the MSN program at UCSF where she served as Diversity in Action Advocate (DIVA) and Nursing Student of Color member.
Ms. Singleton has always been committed to increasing health equity for societies most vulnerable populations. As a student at the University of California, Riverside (UCR), she volunteered at the student run homeless clinic. After graduating from UCR, she worked with adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. For three years she was a coordinator for the ‘Health of Incarcerated People’ elective and health educator for incarcerated women. She currently works at St. James Infirmary, a peer-based occupational health and safety clinic for sex workers and their families as the continuity care nurse practitioner.