Brittny H. Woods

Dr. Brittny H. Woods joined the faculty at Marietta High School in July 2023 and currently serves as the Director of Choral Activities. She previously taught in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System for 12 years. Dr. Woods served as the Director of Choral Activities and Musical Theatre at New Hampstead High School where she was voted 2024 Teacher of the Year. Additionally, she was selected for the “Punk Rock Unity” Project for “her dedication to creating engaging and enriching learning experiences for her students, as well as her commitment to supporting her students’ social and emotional well-being.” Dr. Woods served as Choral Director at Oglethorpe Charter School and Music Specialist at Godley Station K-8 School where she began her teaching career. She has held adjunct teaching positions at Savannah State University and Ogeechee Technical College where she was honored as the 2019 Adjunct Professor of the Year. 

Dr. Woods earned her Doctor of Music Education degree from Liberty University. Her research examined culturally responsive pedagogy and repertoire selection in secondary choral music classrooms. Dr. Woods earned her Master of Music Education degree from the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University and her Bachelor of Music Education degree from Georgia Southern University. Dr. Woods is an active conductor, clinician, and guest speaker. Her professional affiliations include the National Association of Music Educators (NAfME), Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA), and the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).

Dr. Woods and her husband, Dr. Gabriel Woods have a daughter, Gabrielle, and teacup yorkie, Maestro.