She was raised around horses and cattle on her family’s working farm. In the summer she spends time riding horses, attending rodeos, and haying on the farm. Growing up she was involved in 4-H, rodeos, ranch sorting, team penning, and AQHA shows. In high schools she received academic all-state all four years, while also participating in Nation Honor Society. Graduating with honors and a GPA of 3.9 she was also an active member of her community. Briann was a cheerleader for four years and captain of the team for three. Senior year she took on the role of captain of the cheer squad while also participating in volleyball and being an active member of the school student council. Her involvement didn’t stop once she was outside of the school environment. Participating in mutton busting from the time she was little to barrel racing as a teen. Briann has lived the western way of life her whole life. As a child, she recalls the queens helping her when she would fall during the mutton busting, and now she has grown up and is an inspiring model and helper, passing down that memory to the next generation. Briann’s passion for veterinary medicine pushes her to one day open her own practice. Briann’s life experiences have shaped her goal of inspiring children to reach for their dreams, no matter the obstacles that are thrown at them.

Briann is the current 2017 Miss Southeastern Montana Rodeo Teen Queen. Since receiving this title she has had many adventures and wonderful opportunities from volunteering in her rural community and reaching out to those impacted by the lodgepole complex fire through gathering donations, to spending hours in the saddle gather the lost and roaming cattle. In addition to spending most of the summer months making appearances at rodeos to represent Southeastern Rodeo and assisting at the rodeos in any way needed.