Reverend Tiffany Michele Williams is an advocate for the empowerment of women and girls and her passion is to teach women to discover their life purpose. Through the Esther Project she leads women annually on a journey to prepare and position themselves to use their purpose as a platform for global impact. She has traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad promoting the empowerment of women and girls, leveraging her professional background in law and public policy, Rev. Tiffany formed the Global Women's Empowerment Institute, as a public policy and civic engagement initiative that propels civic leadership in issues impacting women and girls in crisis throughout the world. Her first book, The Esther Project: Every Woman's Guide To Living With Passion And Purpose, is an empowerment guide for women of the Esther Project. Rev. Tiffany serves faithfully at her church, the Upper Room Full Gospel Church in New Jersey, under the spiritual oversight of her parents, Pastors Bruce & Phyllis Williams, where she is the founder of the Leadership Training Institute. Professionally, She is an Assistant Professor of Legal Practice at Seton Hall University School of Law and is a former judge for the State of New Jersey. Prior to serving as a judge, Rev. Tiffany served as Deputy Chief Counsel to a former NJ Governor, as Chief Counsel to the Speaker of the NJ General Assembly, as a federal prosecutor and as an associate at several law firms in NJ and MA. She began her practice as a law clerk for the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Rev. Tiffany believes that her successes are attributable to a personal belief that nothing is impossible and that “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
Check out a sample of "Tiffany's Story," excerpted from The Esther Project: Every Woman's Guide To Living With Passion & Purpose.