Brianna Mosley is a senior in the Applied Math and Science Academy (AMSA) on the Vineland High School (VHS) campus. She has served as a Futures Committee chairperson in the Student Government Association (SGA) and as the Vice President of the National Honor Society in the VHS chapter. She has also received recognition from Vineland High School as a Summa Cum Laude recipient and a President's List recipient from Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ). With a passion for building and designing innovative solutions, she plans to major in electrical engineering and a minor in computer science. Taking classes in both departments at RCSJ, she also expresses her love for mathematics and science as the youngest STEM tutor on campus. Believing that any task can be accomplished with proper preparation and technique, she has also contributed to and led several engineering-based research projects such as building a school podium and investigating how artificial intelligence can be used to solve modern problems in engineering and beyond. With the goal of sparking more interest in STEM-related fields and revolutionizing how they are perceived, she also advocates prioritizing STEM education for all ages in her school publication, the Jaguar Journal.