Stephanie Hoots Williams is the manager of Learning and Talent Development at Beau Rivage Resorts, Inc., where she has worked for 12 years. She loves music and dance and works part-time as a music teacher for The Next Level Performing Arts Studio in Biloxi, and a part-time ZUMBA Instructor.
Williams is pursuing a degree in Organizational Leadership from Waldorf College where she is currently enrolled as a junior. Prior to her career with Beau Rivage, she was a performer with Gaylord Entertainment in Opryland, and worked as a jazz vocalist at the El Conquistador Resort and Casino in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. She has performed as a leading lady in several Mississippi Gulf Coast production shows including Ariel Moore in Footloose, Velma Kelly in Chicago, and Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes. She has also performed for the Neil Diamond show at The Grand Theatre, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Center Stage in Biloxi, Miss.
Williams is the proud mother of Jacob Williams, a National Honor Society student and future Texas A&M Football star. She resides in Biloxi and spends most of her time working-out at the gym, running or deep-sea fishing.