Arianna serves as a program officer for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, where she supports equitable and transformative early childhood and education systems change efforts across the country. She has professional experience in consulting, capacity building, facilitation & training, policy advocacy, global research, and program evaluation. Drawing upon her lived experiences as a child of immigrants and first-generation college graduate hailing from Chicago, she is committed to dismantling inequitable systems so that those most impacted by injustice can be fully included and at the forefront of social change.
Arianna strives to embody and create a liberated world where all individuals have the power, resources, and opportunities they need to reach their full potential. She is a dedicated mindfulness practitioner and liberatory-focused coach. She is passionate about cultivating holistic health & well-being, particularly among Black, Indigenous, and women of color. Of the multiple intersecting identities and roles she holds, she most cherishes being a loving and dedicated mother to a delightful soul.
Arianna has a B.A. from the University of Michigan and an M.A. from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration.