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Well-Being Coach supporting all undergraduate students; SLED Instructor

Brianna Griffin



Bri re-joined the Stanford community in 2019 as a Well-Being Coach for Undergraduate students with Well-Being at Stanford. She has been teaching people of all ages since her years as an undergraduate at Stanford. Most recently, Bri instructed a Stanford class on Peer Support, focusing on how to support friends and family using well-being coaching techniques. She grew up in Texas and came to Stanford for her undergraduate studies in Science, Technology, and Society. In her free time, Bri enjoys spending time outside with friends, hiking, and trying out new food spots.


Doctorate, Columbia University, New York, NY;  BA in Science, Technology, and Society, Stanford, University, Stanford, CA

Professional Interests

Well-being and livelihood, dream-oriented coaching, reclaiming one’s values, resilience and the intersections of identity and authentic thriving

Personal Interests

Sugar, baking and cooking (ie eating), being outside, music & performing arts (huge audiophile), cycling, ultimate frisbee, watching basketball (GO MAVS!)

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