Brittany J. Harris
VP, Innovation & LearningCompany: The Winters Group, Inc.
Role: Guest Speaker / Podcast Presenter / Session Presenter
2019 Conference Session:
The Power of Standing For
2020 Conference Session: Mapping the Intersection of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and Social Justice (SJ) Work (SEM-J)
2020 Conference Session: Activating Empathy and Perspective-Taking for Enhanced Cross-Cultural Understanding (S3-F)
2021 Conference Session: Beyond Empathy: A Call for White Humility in Response to Black Rage (FS-3)
Post: Podcast Ep. 75: A Liberated Love Note – For Black Folks in DEI When “Doin’ The Work” No Longer Feels Like Enough
“I am a black woman, mother to a beautiful black boy, a woman of faith, an advocate, a millennial, a product of an HBCU education. I #LiveInclusively by being an advocate for those who are often forgotten and a voice for those who are most unheard. I #LiveInclusively by curating learning experiences that shift perspectives, change hearts, and empower action.”
Brittany J. Harris is the vice president of Learning and Innovation at The Winters Group, Inc. In her role, Brittany is responsible for curating and facilitating learning experiences that shift perspectives, change hearts, and empower action in service of equity, justice, and inclusion. Brittany supports nonprofit and for-profit organizations in designing high-impact learning and education programs that focus on competency building around diversity, equity, inclusion, and cultural competence and “meeting people where they are” in their journey.
Prior to joining The Winters Group, Brittany held human resources, diversity management, affirmative action compliance, and consulting roles in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Md., and Tampa Bay, Fla. A graduate of Howard University, Brittany holds an undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism. She also received her master’s in human resources management, with a concentration on diversity and inclusion management, from Georgetown University. She is a certified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®).
Brittany currently serves on a curriculum advisory board for the Baltimore City Public Schools BeMORE Me Initiative, and has previously served on boards for The Florida Diversity Council, Women in Cable Telecommunications Florida, The Pinellas County Urban League Young Professionals, and The Greater Baltimore Leadership Association.
She is mom to a beautiful boy named Braxton and currently resides in Baltimore County, Md.