Anne Marie Williams better known as “ Jedda” of K LA RUE Educational Arts in Motion is an Early Childhood Educator, Master Teaching Artist, an Educational Program Designer, and Performing Artist who is a songstress, dancer and actress, and an architect of each form. Ms. Williams, is native of Hartford, mother of two remarkable daughters, four impressive sons and Jedda (grandmother) to seven wonderfully inspiring grandchildren.
Jedda is the founder, artisan and educational program designer of K La Rue Educational Art in Motion.
Jedda was acknowledged in 2015 by the Permanent Commission on the Status of Hartford Women as one the “A Decade of Dedicated Women having a Positive Influences on Our City” for her diverse intergenerational program called K LA RUE’s Living Legends Among Us! “In order for our youth to respect our elders they need to know who they are".
In the photo with me:
Mama Patrica Johnson, Cultivator and Encourager of Artistic and Quality Community Life
"Brother Abu” Alvin Carter Sr., A Citizen of the entire City of Hartford that love to drum
Mama Gayle Rozie Alston-Green, Master Dancer, Special Educator, Performer
Mama Leslie Frances Manselle, Encourager, Supporter and Artist
Baba Mixashawn Rozie, A Wave Artist, I decode waves sonic, aquatic, percussive, and harmonic. (group paint shot)