A professional speaker, trainer, and author, Ella Williamson has spoken to hundreds of groups throughout the United States. She is a motivational presenter who will stir your soul and fulfill your yearning for a new perspective on old problems. She has written several books for children and adults. Her wide range of topics includes:
A native of South Carolina, Ella Williamson graduated from the Ohio State University of Columbus, Ohio with a Master's Degree in Social Work. She also holds a B.A. in Social Sciences from Morris College in Sumter, South Carolina. Ms. Williamson has enjoyed a seven-year career with St. Joseph's/Candler Health System as the Director of the African-American Health Information & Resource Center. She participates in internal meetings with St. Joseph's/Candler to coordinate the Resource Center's goals and objectives with those of the System. She also conducts research, user surveys, and focus groups to determine the products and services the Center should offer. Ms. Williamson serves on policy-making forums, advisory groups, and committees at the local, state, and national level. Finally, she develops key contacts within the medical, health, and information communities.
Over the past few years in all of her top-level management positions and outside consulting work, Ms. Williamson has traveled extensively as a trainer and presenter. As a result of her presentations she has consistently achieved consistent high customer ratings, and she has earned the professional reputation of providing programs and services that address the multiple challenges facing our constantly changing global environment.
Ms. Williamson is the founder of Williamson Intercultural Speakers Enterprise – WISE. As such she takes pride in customizing workshops to meet the specific needs of her clients. Her commitment is to assess, analyze, and deliver services based on your current needs and marketplace conditions, as well as your future goals and objectives.
Currently, Ms. Williamson is in the process of publishing several books for children and adults. She is also very active in her community, and has been honored to receive several awards: in 1997 she received the Outstanding Young Woman of America award: in 1995 she was the recipient of the Georgia Guardian Celebrate Savannah Award for Outstanding Community Service; and in 2005 was nominated and Pinned as A Fannie Lou Hammer 100/Plus Black Women of Influence.
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