Ivy Fuller Williams
Ivy Fuller Williams is an accomplished writer and speaker. She is the author of children's book Hannah's Visit with Nana, a light-hearted story that looks at Alzheimer’s Disease through the eyes of a young African-American girl. Ivy has partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association to bring awareness to primary school children. She is an avid supporter of youth literacy, supporting the Pen Pal Program as the Assistant Program Director for the Greater Suburban Maryland Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and the Booked on Barbershops literacy program as Vice President of Membership of the Northern Prince George’s County Chapter of Mocha Moms, Inc. Ivy has also been featured on Get Up DC!, Great Day Washington and WUSA9. She uses her gift for words to support, encourage, and empower others to go beyond their past and into their future.
At an early age, Ivy developed a passion for writing and the ability to capture an audience. She is currently researching how spirituality impacts trauma recovery, helping women propel pass their traumatic and painful experiences. She inspires others with her personal story of survival and how she transformed her pain into purpose.
Ivy received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Maryland. She willingly serves Prince George’s County in the Queen Jefferson Women’s Missionary Society and will receive her Master of Arts in Theology and Family Ministry in December 2019. Ivy resides in Maryland with her loving husband and two beautiful children. For more information, please visit https://ivyfwilliams.com.