The First Network Fighting for Economic Opportunity and Health for Young People of Color
Founded in California, Brioxy is linking thousands of young people of color together to change the opportunity landscape in this country. We are on the cusp of the largest demographic shift this country has seen in almost 500 years. Today, 70% of those under 25 in California are young people of color. But by 2040 it will be the nation.
We created Brioxy to organize ourselves, invest in each other’s dreams and advance health, education and economic policy that will improve all of our lives. By becoming a member of Brioxy you have a stake in our collective future.
You also get some really amazing tools to accelerate your own success. Brioxy gives you a great to do list system, access to important wellness and personal growth events, a national network and the chance to hear from some of the most dynamic people of color in the country. Learn how to land the job you want or navigate the daily micro aggressions of racism, sexism or transphobia. Living the Brioxy Life is about redefining, for ourselves, how we shape our lives and communities. All you need are the right tools.
By joining our community you’re taking a step in the direction of your destiny, giving back in a huge way, and joining other young people of color to build the future of this country.
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Cole is a BMA Echoing Green Fellow, Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, and nationally known life coach. She drives the vision, strategy, and growth of Brioxy. Previously, Cole directed leadership development programming for the White House at the Harry S. Truman Foundation and Brookings Institute.
Renee has been hacking, tinkering, and building things since she was 12 years old. She oversees the technical strategy of Brioxy, bringing our bold vision to life online. She is pursuing her masters degree in computer science at Mills College and received her undergraduate degree in mathematics at Pomona where she was a National Merit Scholar, a Robert C. Byrd Scholar and a Fulbright Finalist.
Carla was born and raised in the Pico-Union area of Los Angeles by her Mexican, single mother. After more than a decade working in clothing factories in LA she motivated herself to attend community college—eventually transferring to UC Santa Cruz where she double majored in Sociology and Feminist Studies. She is one of the foremost thinkers to highlight Latin@ masculine identity in relation to Mexican paisa cultural ties.
Aisha has almost two decades of providing talent management and organizational effectiveness solutions to her clients and employers. Aisha's diverse HR background has enabled her to bring an innovative, practical and fresh perspective to HR issues. She has consulted with Fortune 500 companies working with foreign and domestic markets. Aisha held several leadership roles for leading companies where she developed talent acquisition and selection, organizational and leadership, and recruitment process. She has managed teams of up to 350 and businesses in excess of $100 million annual sales. Aisha holds a BA in Economics from Wesleyan University and a MA in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from UC Berkeley.
Moof is a political campaign expert turned web developer based in Portland, Oregon. A quick learner, they thrive on tackling complex problems regardless of the language or framework. They graduated from UCLA with a double major in mathematics and microbiology, immunology, and molecular genetics. Moof loves hiking, fashion, working out, and playing German board games.