About Brianna Timbro

Brianna was born and raised in Middletown, CT to young, working-class parents. As a result, Brianna was blessed with an upbringing that included a strong influence from her grandparents. Most of Brianna’s childhood was spent between two generations whose common denominator was a strong belief in American and family values.

It was the exposure to these life lessons and mentoring that brought Brianna to the teaching field. From a young age, she felt a strong desire to teach and equip the next generation to reach their full potential, regardless of the circumstances or adversity that faced them. Brianna went on to receive her Secondary History Teaching Degree, Teaching Certificate, and Masters of Educational Leadership from Central Connecticut State University. While Brianna loved teaching History, she had three wonderful children of her own (ages six, four, and two) with her husband, Kevin, and decided to put her career on hold so she could spend more time with them.

During her time away from teaching, Brianna acquired her Real Estate License and has been a practicing Realtor for five years.

Brianna has fully planted her roots in Wethersfield, having moved to town six years ago because of the sense of community. It is here that the Timbro’s not only raise their family, but decided to open Generation Church, a non-denominational Christian church. Opening a parish in town from the ground up has given them a unique look into the Wethersfield Community and allowed them to build diverse relationships.

During the pandemic, with individual and parental rights in the balance, Brianna joined many Americans who felt a prompting to get more involved with Civic Life. With her younger children as her motivation, she began advocating locally for parental choice within the school system, got involved with the Republican Party, helping campaign for them in the 2021 election, and was appointed to the Wethersfield Economic Development and Improvement Commission.

The more involved she became, the more apparent it was that Wethersfield was not being authentically represented at the State Capitol. She believes that the policies being pushed had more to do with special interests than the people whose lives are affected by these policies. The culmination of these experiences inspired Brianna engage even further and to put into practice what she sought to instill into the next generation as an educator: regardless of the circumstances, she has an opportunity to use adversity as an opportunity to drive change.

Brianna sees this as an honor and a privilege. The opportunity to represent the residents of Wethersfield is not something she takes lightly. She looks forward to earning your vote!