Brittany Williams is an international dancer, choreographer, and organizer originally from Homestead Florida. Brittany is 2017 Dancing While Black Fellow and an Artist in Resident at the Restoration Plaza in Brooklyn New York. She is a 2016 Jacob’s Pillow Scholarship recipient for the Program, Dance & Improv Traditions; a principal dancer with Olujimi Dance; the founder of Dancing for Justice and Obika Dance Projects. Brittany has worked with Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Yon Tande, Makeda Thomas, Chris Walker, Michelle Grant- Murray, Urban Bush Women, Forces of Nature and more. Brittany is honored to work with Slippage| Culture | Technology at Duke University, founder Thomas DeFrantz.