Aisha Ussery is the program director of Music Doing Good in Schools, a choreographer, director, vocalist, playwright, performer and performing arts educator. Her passion for education and the arts has led her to teach and choreograph at Walter Sisulu University in South Africa honoring Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday, publish curriculum via the University of Houston and Yale University, and write plays for schools, the House of Blues and the Ensemble Theatre. She also received the Upton Sinclair Award for heroes of American education influencing youth around the world.
Aisha's performance background is extensive. She has performed and/or choreographed numerous productions including: Once on this Island, One Mo' Time, Little Shop of Horrors, Ain't Misbehavin’ (Houston and Icelandic Tour), Crowns, Two Trains Running, Sparkle, Dancin' in the Street: Motown and More Revue, Vh1's: 2 Legit: The MC Hammer Story and others.