A native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Dr. Brittney Baptiste Williams is committed to strengthening the educational opportunities of students in both vision and scope. She earned her undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University and her graduate degrees from Southeastern Louisiana University and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Dr. Williams worked extensively with the Perkins Grant at Baton Rouge Community College for 10 years before joining the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS). As the State Director for Career and Technical Education (CTE), her focus areas include compliance, equity, CTE program alignment, training and partnerships. Dr. Williams has been an active supporter of multiple initiatives to champion career and technical education including most recently Associate of Career and Technical Education (ACTE)’s Postsecondary Leadership Program (2020- fellow), Advance CTE Board of Directors (2022-Region B board member), SkillsUSA Louisiana-Postsecondary (2022- council member), Advance CTE’s Postsecondary State CTE Leaders Fellowship (2022-coach) and Advance CTE’s Leaders of Color Affinity Group (2022-co-lead).