Aiyanna Bartley

Aiyanna Bartley is a dedicated and passionate advocate for student rights and a trailblazing figure in nursing. Currently, she serves as the Director of the Student Rights, Grievances, and Conduct Committee at Grad Gov, where she works tirelessly to ensure that students have a safe and supportive environment to pursue their education. Aiyanna is also a second-year Master’s student in the School of Nursing, specializing in Clinical Nurse Leadership, where she combines her academic prowess with her commitment to improving the healthcare system.

In addition to her role with Grad Gov, Aiyanna is responsible as one of the Cohort Representatives within the Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA) at Georgetown. In this capacity, she advocates for her peers within the program, ensuring that their voices are heard and their concerns are addressed. Her dedication to her fellow students extends far beyond the classroom, showcasing her leadership qualities and commitment to fostering community and support within the academic environment.

Aiyanna has an unwavering dedication to student advocacy. She graduated high school in just three years, a testament to her intellect and determination. Subsequently, she pursued her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology at the University of Mary Washington. During her undergraduate years, she served as the President of the Black Student Association (BSA), where she worked to promote diversity, inclusion, and unity on campus. In addition, she actively engaged as a political advocate within the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) on campus, demonstrating her commitment to social justice and her ability to effect positive change.