2021 September Mag

August 31, 2021

When Brittany Green isn’t advocating for women and children and using her extensive educational background to help students and her community achieve better literacy, it’s a wonder that she still finds time to run her own graphic design and branding company!

Woman in black dress on magazine cover with bold red lipstick and big turquoise jewelry on aqua green background
PHOTO CREDIT: MS. DIG PHOTOGRAPHY; CREATIVE DIRECTOR: GENMA HOLMES

It’s back to school time for millions of school age children around the country! Education lessens the challenges you will face in life. The more knowledge you gain the more opportunities will open up to allow individuals to achieve better possibilities in career and personal growth. Education has played an important role in the career world of the twenty-first century. Meet Brittany Green, an educator with sass and class! 

Dedicated Advocator

Brittany Green, a native of Chicago, Illinois, is anSmiling woman in white top on white background wearing a pink long beaded necklace with a tassel educator with fifteen years of experience ranging from classroom teaching to district level administration.  Dedicated to improving student learning outcomes, Brittany is the co-creator of “Bridging the Gap for Struggling Adolescent Readers”, a professional development series for teachers of students with reading difficulties. Additionally, she is the author of “Therapeutic Approaches to the Treatment of ADD/ADHD”, a published research study.

Born and raised in Chicago, she moved to Mississippi to attend Tougaloo College and begin her career as an educator.  After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education, Brittany started her career as a Special Education Inclusion Teacher. She focused on individualized student achievement and education plans to support student success. Upon graduating from Belhaven University with a Master’s in Elementary Education, Brittany worked as an interventionist. She then served as a curriculum specialist for two years and the district liaison of curriculum for two years. She is currently earning her Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Arkansas State University.

Brittany has a passion for serving students and has dedicated her life to spreading literacy within the state of Mississippi. She is an avid community leader and works continuously to establish and build relationships with other business professionals, civic organizations, and the community itself. An advocate for women and young girls, she is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and a Girl Scout leader of Troop 5323, and active with MAE (Mississippi Association of Educators).

Not only an educator

Beautiful smiling women with daughter both wearing white tops and fun necklacesWhen she is not in the classroom, Brittany is busy designing and creating for business clients, universities, and non-profits. She is the owner of Classy Creations Studio, a freelance graphic design and branding agency that services fempreneurs and small business owners. As the owner, she leads and manages the overall operations of the company. She is also the co-founder of The Profound Brown, an organization empowering young women and men through literacy. She also serves as an Adolescent Literacy Coach and Research Consultant supporting middle and high school scholars across the nation.  

A military wife, Brittany is married to Major Justin Green and they have one daughter, Raelynn Austin. They currently reside in Mississippi and Major Green is serving a deployment in the United States Army.

Website: classycreationsstudio.com
Instagram: classycreationsstudio

PHOTO CREDIT: MS. DIG PHOTOGRAPHY; CREATIVE DIRECTOR: GENMA HOLMES

Comments (10)

  • Hello Soror,
    My name is Linda Cobbs and I am active with Philly Alumnae Chapter.
    Very Proud of You and your Accomplishments!.

  • Hello Soror. My name is EmileeTaylor and I am with Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter. I am a retired art educator now working as an Adjunct Professor at Moore College of Art & Design. Congratulations on the article! Continue to shine!!

  • So very proud of all of your great works, Soror. Continue to serve. God bless and protect you and your family. ❤️🙏🏽🔺

  • Oh Brittany,I always knew you were special. So very proud and happy for you. Keep up the good work and continue to pass on the blessings.

  • Greetings Soror! My name is Melissa George and I am a member of the East Point/College Park Alumnae Chapter in Georgia. Thank you for being a positive influence for our children. Your photos look amazing. Best regards…

  • Congratulations Soror, on all of your accomplishments and gracing the cover of Cerese D. I too was honored and humble to have graced the cover of Cerese D in June 2020 and to show case their fabulous jewelry. Continue to strive, inspire, and aspire those who look up to you. And continue to pursue all of your dreams. You make us Delta Girls proud!

  • Karen Patricia Williams

    Onward and upward Soror! You are working in the scared space of literacy and advocacy that leads to empowerment. Thank you!

  • Karen Patricia Williams

    Onward and upward Soror! You are working in the sacred space of literacy and advocacy that leads to empowerment! Thank you.

  • Hello, Soror! I see you, Soror! I am a member of Wilmington (DE) Alumnae Chapter. All the best to you on your future endeavors!

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