Mother, Veteran (US Army - Active and Reserves), Advocate, Business Owner and the founder of The Susan Jolley Awareness Program, which brings awareness and education to all women on the impact and prevention of cervical cancer and those cancers that effects women. Triana believes that “often times women are so busy doing for others, that we put ourselves including our health, on the back burner.” Her motto is "when we know better, we do better" and launched the “Pencil Me In” Challenge.
Triana is the President of Georgia National Organization for Women, National Board member of NOW representing the Southern District and the National Chair for the Committee on Global Feminism and author of the House Resolution Bill forming The Ahmaud Arbery Day in the State of Georgia.
Ms. Arnold-James advocates with the legislature and co-authors the resolution for Medicaid Expansion for the State of Georgia (HR1101). This cause along with the ERA Equal Rights Amendment , Ovarian Cancer, Lupus, Be the Match, American Kidney Foundation, Racial Justice, Reproductive Rights, nullifying domestic violence and Total Praise Ministries are near and dear to her heart which cultivates her life purpose.