Brittany M. Williams is a doctoral student in college student affairs administration at the University of Georgia, where she serves as a graduate assistant in the office of the vice president for instruction (OVPI), and is an active member of various higher education associations and academic journals. She holds a master's from Teachers College, Columbia University in sociology of education with a focus on education policy. Brittany is a proud alumna of the James Baldwin Scholars program. While at Hampshire, she studied Rap and Hip Hop culture as spaces for alternative pedagogy and in which conceptions of a socially and culturally just U.S. legal system might be reimagined. Brittany is one of five founding members of #SisterPhD., a support network to facilitate doctoral completion for Black women and women of color, a program that is being replicated across the country, and is a co-founder of #CiteASista. As an aspiring academic and devoted student affairs professional, Brittany hopes to utilize her time on the AAG to bridge gaps between students and alumni, strategize record-breaking fundraising initiatives, and to facilitate increased alumni of color engagement with the campus.