Moving to Manor Independent School District (MISD) in 2008; Bryan Nya is a full breed Mustang. Attended the Newly built Presidential Meadows Elementary in 2009. Transitioning to Manor Middle School; finally graduating from Manor High School. He embodies the essence that is Manor ISD. Matriculating to Austin Community College (ACC), Bryan worked as a substitute for MISD as well alongside non-profits, later acquiring his Associate in Pre-Health Science.

Bryan worked alongside non-profits, seeking answers to political, educational, social, and economic equality and rights in order to eliminate discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of young adults. Experiencing the professionalism of teaching while supporting and promoting youth to succeed through a choice of  post-secondary education or Vocational Training as advancements.

Breakthrough Central Texas

Science Teaching Fellow        

  • Plan and prepare appropriately the assigned courses and lectures to engage students in creative thinking and integrated or interdisciplinary learning experiences
  • Implement the designated curriculum completely and effective classroom management practices
  • Promote students’ intrinsic motivation by providing meaningful and progressively challenging learning experiences which include, but are not limited to: self-exploration, questioning, making choices, setting goals, planning and organizing, implementing, self-evaluating and demonstrating initiative in tasks and projects.

College Forward

Summer Bridge Mentor 

  • Supported high schools for the 2019-2020 academic year
  • Empowers students to reach their ultimate academic goal—a post-secondary degree.
  • Help students choose the school that is the best fit for them, providing guidance throughout the whole process.

Young Invincibles

Young Advocate

  • Bring problems and solutions to the notice of the lawmakers to get recognition for their issues and to convey transformation.
  • Collected stories and work with politicians in order to create legislation to advocated for institutional-level policy changes
  • Host Healthcare Symposium to discuss challenges in applying and disseminating approaches to health and health care improvement

As a young leader within the community, he is defying stereotypical views of what it means to be a Black Male. Given the opportunity to create an environment of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Bryan Nya began as the Chair of the Student Senator, ACC Student Government Association (SGA), executing the provisions of the SGA Constitution as he called and presided over meetings of the Student Senate. Being a member of Young Invincibles Youth Advisory Boardhe provides youthful perspective and support, to develop a strong advocacy to reach and advocate for youth. As a City of Austin College Student Commission member, he is given the chance to evaluate and recommend programs, policies, and practices that could improve the quality of life of college students within the Austin area. Through his Ancillary function and computer/mathematical skills; Bryan is ready to demonstrate the positive and progressive change in education MISD can offer.


Work-based learning task force will provide students the opportunity to get real-life job skills and increase experiences in work-based learning opportunities, remove barriers to growth, and provide guidance to help completing a certificate or degree. They can also provide a debt-free pathway to a career, such as an apprenticeship that allows you to earn a salary while participating in training on a skilled job through a mix of supervised work-based learning and academic instruction.

"I am not anxious to be the loudest voice or the most popular. But I would like to think that at a crucial moment, I was an effective voice of the voiceless, an effective hope of the hopeless." ~Whitney Young