Human, enough, worthy...

Brittany Janay is a Black woman and mother, consultant, writer, and speaker, and advocate for equity, justice, and radical self-love. She is a self-described perpetual wonderer, learner and unlearner committed to BEing possibility for what it means to show up as her most liberated self.

Brittany Janay is the creator of Liberated Love Notes: Critical Self-Reflections and Affirmations for The Culture, an affirmation card deck that centers the experiences of Black folks existing in and healing from predominantly white spaces. The cards offer affirmations for overcoming the lie of imposter syndrome, disrupting injected & internalized forms of oppression, embodying an abundance mindset and building a healthy racial identity. She is also the host of the Liberated Love Notes podcast on Living Corporate Network.

Brittany Janay has spent more than ten years in roles focused on supporting organizations and leaders with their diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies. She is currently the Vice-President of Learning & Innovation with The Winters Group, Inc., one of the leading global diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting firms. Her contribution to the firm most notably includes expanding its portfolio around mapping the intersection of social justice and traditional corporate DEI work. Her framework for "Centering Justice" has evolved the firm's approach to learning & education design and strategy work.

Brittany is a graduate of Howard University, where she received her degree in Broadcast Journalism, and Georgetown University where she received her Masters in Human Resources Management with a concentration in diversity and inclusion. She has enjoyed the pleasure of serving on boards for The Florida Diversity Council, Women in Cable Telecommunications Florida, The Greater Baltimore Leadership Association, Pinellas County Urban League Young Professionals, and the curriculum advisory board for Baltimore City Public Schools’ BeMORE Me Initiative.

She is currently based in the Baltimore, MD area.

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