Brianna Black is the Pancratz Career Coach at the Pancratz Career Development Center in the Nistler College of Business & Public Administration. She joined the staff at UND in July of 2020. In her role she has the opportunity to provide students with the experience of a lifetime as they navigate toward their futures. Every day, she has the opportunity to empower and provide services that fit each students unique needs. On a daily basis helps students in all aspects of professional development while creating lasting relationships to students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Black also works hand in hand with the Marketing and Event Coordinator to market events to students and employers, and develop/maintain several databases for the Pancratz Career Center.
Black graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology in 2018 from the University of North Dakota. She went on to earn her Master’s of Science in Kinesiology in spring of 2020. During her time in graduate school she found she was passionate about two things: Kinesiology and Higher Education. Through teaching and various roles around the University of North Dakota campus she found she was able find her niche in helping, connecting, and maintaining relationships with students. Currently, she is working towards her Doctorate of Education and will graduate in Fall 2024.
Born and raised in Grand Forks, Brianna is a proud UND alum! Often times you will see Brianna sporting kelly green on the weekends at sporting events. In her free time she enjoys spending time at her lake place, walking her dog Bauer, staying active in the community by officiating volleyball and basketball.
MS - Kinesiology, University of North Dakota - 2020
BS - Kinesiology, University of North Dakota - 2018
AAS - Health & Wellness, Northland Community & Technical College - 2015
American College of Sports Medicine, (2019-Present)