Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq
Dr. E. Faye Williams is an accomplished attorney, entrepreneur, civic leader and activist. Williams studied at several universities, and earned three PhDs.She is a proud educator and Life Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She earned her law degree from Howard University, has worked as legal counsel to the United States Congress, local, state and the federal governments, EEOC mediator and a professor of international law.
Since 2005, she has served as the President and CEO of the National Congress of Black women (co-founded by Shirley Chisholm and Dr. C. Delores Tucker). Her unprecedented expertise is in Civil Rights, Advocacy, Women’s Issues, Children, Education and Diversity.
Wiliams has proved essential in effecting laws. She is a former presidential appointee with the Obama Administration. She spearheaded the aggressive effort to gain the U.S. Senate Apology for Lynching and
the historical milestone of enacting the H.R. 4510 Bill.
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