Brittany Harris
“I am… a Black woman, mother, sister, caregiver, a perpetual wonder(er) and truth-teller, an advocate for justice and radical self-love. I am… constantly learning, unlearning, relearning and committed to BEing possibility for what it means to show up as one’s most liberated self. I #LiveInclusively by curating learning experiences that shift perspectives, inspire critical thinking, change hearts and empower action in service of justice, equity and inclusion.” 

Brittany J.


Vice-President, Learning & Innovation, The Winters Group

Brittany J. Harris (also known as Brittany Janay) is Vice President of Learning and Innovation with The Winters Group. In her role, Brittany partners with leaders and organizations to design learning experiences that shift perspectives, change hearts and empower action in service of equity, justice and inclusion. She leads The Winters Group’s broader learning solutions strategy, and since joining the team in 2016 has evolved the firm’s portfolio to center equity and social justice. 

Brittany is the creator of Liberated Love Notes: Critical Self-Reflections & Affirmations for The Culture, which was recently adapted into a weekly podcast show that centers the healing, affirmation and experiences of Black people thriving in white spaces. 


Prior to joining The Winters Group, Brittany held human resources, diversity management, affirmative action compliance and consulting roles in Washington, DC; Baltimore, MD, and Tampa Bay, FL. A graduate of Howard University, Brittany holds an undergraduate degree in Broadcast Journalism. She also received her Masters in Human Resources Management with a concentration on Diversity and Inclusion Management from Georgetown University. Brittany is a certified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®). 


Brittany has previously served on the curriculum advisory board for Baltimore City Public Schools’ BeMORE Me Initiative, The Florida Diversity Council, Women in Cable Telecommunications Florida, The Pinellas County Urban League Young Professionals, and The Greater Baltimore Leadership Association. She has been featured in publications and news outlets, including VICE, WMAR Channel 2 News, and HR Insights Magazine. 


She is a mom to a beautiful boy named Braxton, and currently resides in Baltimore County, MD, land originally cared for and nurtured by the Susquehannock and Piscataway tribes.