With a goal of inspiring others to create change, Terri Broussard Williams encourages and builds up people who want to make their own movements. Her proven track record includes implementing real programs that have helped shatter stereotypes, shake up institutions and change the course of human lives. With so many life-changing accomplishments, William has earned her title of as The Movement Maker.
She is the founder of the Movement Maker platform, and on her website, she states that her mission is to, “inspire you to become a movement maker in three areas: philanthropy, lobbying, and movement building.”
Williams is an award-winning non-profit executive, lobbyist and public speaker, who has transformed public and community service into a professional art form impacting millions of people. Named one of Austin Business Journal’s Most Influential Women in Central Texas, Williams has provided inspirational and altruistic leadership to a variety of advisory boards, including the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Engagement, the Louisiana State University Diversity Advisory Board, and the LBJ School of Public Policy-Women’s Campaign School Advisory Board.
Williams holds a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University and a Master of Non-Profit Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania. She also graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Social Impact Strategy Executive Education Program where she served as a Teaching Fellow. Additionally, she received a Graduate Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University.
Williams participated as a panelist at Alpha Kappa Alpha’s International Conference as part of a political engagement forum hosted by the Connection Committee, which studies issues that impact the quality of life across the U.S. and around the world and then engages AKA women to formulate and recommend position statements to the international president and board of directors.
We thank Terri for her commitment to turning moments into movements. To learn more about her organization click here.