Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration & Finance (2008)
Columbia University, Master of Public Administration, Urban & Social Policy (2012)
Brittany Fox-Williams is a PhD candidate in Sociology and Paul F. Lazarsfeld Fellow at Columbia University. Brittany's research interests include Children and Youth, Education, Race and Ethnicity, Social Inequality, and Public Policy. Her dissertation research examines inequality in youth-authority relations in the education and justice systems. Presently, she serves as a graduate student co-coordinator of the Race, Ethnicity and Migration Workshop at Columbia University.
Brittany completed her undergraduate studies at Cheyney University of Pennsylvania where she graduated as Valedictorian. She also holds a Master of Public Administration degree with a focus in Urban Social Policy from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). While at SIPA, she served as a graduate assistant to former New York City Mayor David Dinkins. Prior to starting her graduate studies, Brittany worked in commercial banking (New York City & Philadelphia), and micro-finance and youth development (Ho, Ghana).