Brittany Williams

Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures
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Brittany T. Williams is a 22 year old senior Theater Studies major with a minor in African and African-American studies. She is Georgia native who moved from the metro Atlanta area to Dayton, in pursuit of expanding her artistry as an actress, writer, and director. She co-founded and co-coordinated an annual theatre studies showcase as well as co-directed and co-starred in The Colored Museum by George C. Wolfe. Her acting credits include parts in: When The Rain Stops Falling, The Great Gatsby, and A Streetcar Named Desire, as well as numerous roles in student films. She has been heavily involved in student organizations such as the Diversity and Inclusion committee of Student Government, and the Student Affairs Student Advisory Board. She has served as the Director of Educational Affairs for the Black Student Union, a peer mentor for first year seminar courses, and a summer orientation mentor. Currently, she is the Vice President of the Black Student Union. Her career aspiration is to be a well-rounded artist and activist. After completing her B.A., she plans on moving back to Georgia to pursue her Master's in Film, Video, and Digital Imaging at Georgia State. Congratulations, Brittany.


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