Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company is proud to present “52 Weeks of Women,” which will complement True Colors’ 17thseason: She Griots. In his first year as Artistic Director at True Colors, Jamil Jude curated this season to uplift Black women, who are among the most historically underrepresented faces in regional theatre, both on and off the stage.

With this year-long celebration, we will recognize a different “shero” on our website and on social media, sharing their stories and honoring their impact in the community.  Each Friday, a new honoree will be featured.

Week 7 // Chandra Stephens-Albright

Managing Director, Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company

Chandra Stephens-Albright is the Managing Director of Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company, where she co-leads the theatre with Artistic Director Jamil Jude.  She is accountable for the Company’s operational excellence and financial sustainability. Her scope includes patron experience, fund development, ticket sales and marketing, and audience development via productions and educational programming. Prior to joining True Colors in 2017, Chandra served as Executive Director at C5 Georgia.

Chandra joined the nonprofit sector in 2016, following a successful 22-year career at The Coca-Cola Company, where she directed productive teams, tackled tough challenges, and led strategic initiatives that drove positive business results.

An active community leader, Chandra currently serves on the boards of Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, and The Alliance Theatre Company.  She is a past board member of the Emory Alumni Board, the Emory Annual Giving Board, the Emory College Alumni Board, Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta, and the Multi-Cultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance.

Chandra is a member of the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2005 and was named a Woman of Excellence in 2019 by the Atlanta Business Leauge and The Atlanta Tribune. A native Atlantan, Chandra graduated from Emory University with a Chemistry degree.  She was a Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management Fellow at the The Olin School of Business in St. Louis, Missouri, where she earned her MBA.  She is married to Warren Albright.

We invite members of the True Colors family to send your recommendations for featured women! Please include your nominee’s name, e-mail address and a brief note on why you’d like us to feature your nominee. Email your nominations to