Wincy Terry Bryant On Human Trafficking

Wincy Terry Bryant  On Human Trafficking
Release date
04 January 2020
Wincy Terry Bryant On Human Trafficking
04 January 2020 |

WINCEY TERRY-BRYANT, Newark, NJ native and founder of Nanababies, 501 c3 non-profit that uses the arts to educate and raise human trafficking awareness. Winceyco has been using music to educate audiences about serious social and academic issues in schools and churches throughout New York and New Jersey since 1988. They also provide music for special events. Wincey has worked in both the music and film business with such industry giants as Spike Lee, Bill Cosby, Sting and Tina Turner. Her television credits include Soul Train and the David Letterman show. Wincey can be heard on Sesame Street, Monie Love’s hit single “It’s A Shame” and TV commercials.

Arts chair for the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking and VP of Zonta International Women’s Organization, Wincey has been awarded the Civil Rights Activist Award by Women in Media for her work in Human Trafficking and the Woman of the Year award by Kiss FM Radio.

Wincey is a workshop presenter for NJAEYC (NJ Association of the Education of Young Children), NJEA (NJ Education Association), NJ Performing Arts Center, Title I Educators Conference and various school districts. She is a Master teacher and professional development trainer for National Wolf Trap Early Childhood Education, artist-in-residence, writer and presenter of early childhood educational assembly programs and member of the NJPAC TRG (Teacher Resource Guide) Committee, Wincey writes classroom curriculum and activity guides for arts presentations and has produced several multi-lingual educational book and music cds and one cartoon dvd.