Allison Williams Foster, New York native is the CEO and founder of I STYLE MODELS, a wife and mom with over 40 years as a professional entertainer, Allison made her Broadway debut as the Tornado Eye in The Wiz with Stephanie Mills. Other Broadway credits include Guys n Dolls, Pippin, Dancin, Sweet Charity, Mahalia, as well as writer credits on the original Broadway production of Dreamgirls and Jelly’s last Jam, to name a few. She has appeared on both, radio and commercial voiceovers, the original soundtrack for the theme song to Sesame Street and a recurring role as a singer on One Life to Live. Allison has appeared in magazines from Dance magazine to Vogue. She can be seen on the cover of Bob Fosses book “Razzle Dazzle” and a mention in his life story “All That Jazz.” Ms. Williams Foster has traveled all over the country as a dancer and background vocalists for various artists, such as, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Bobby Brown, Meli’sa Morgan, Christopher Williams, GQ, Randy Muller, Change, Kevin Ross, Chrisette Michele and Neyo. Videos include Cameo, Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes and the legendary Robert Flack. Allison has graced the stage with many musicians, featured in many bands. As a choreographer, she has assisted Tony Award winning choreographer George Faison, on an episode of The Cosby Show, Emily Mann’s, Betsy Brown and assisted on several companies of The Wiz and Dreamgirls.
In 1992 Allison partnered with Brenda Braxton, owner of BBraxton exceptional grooming for exceptional men, in Harlem NY. The Duo produced a return concert, putting Noel Pointer back on the map.
In 1994 Allison opened her business with Mary Kay Inc., the #1 skincare and color cosmetics company, in the U.S.
Now Phase 2, as the founder and CEO of I STYLE MODELS the runway company and model management, under the umbrella of IMAGE STYLE & YOU, LLC Allison brings every element of her background to the success of her company. Coordinating and consulting for local boutiques in the Northern Jersey area, has helped Allison to contribute to the Fashion Industry. Her future plans include High End events that will attract economic development to the Bergen County Area, but also bring stimulating opportunities to model/talent as professional representation