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Reverend Tiffany Michele Williams is a passionate advocate for the advancement of women and girls globally.  She leads women annually on a journey to discover their life purpose and launch a platform for global impact, through a global leadership academy, retreats, summits and an annual empowerment conference.  Rev. Tiffany's empowerment outreach to women spans from women leaders to women in crisis as she seeks to create a cycle of empowerment.  Her first book, The Esther Project: Every Woman's Guide To Living With Passion And Purpose, is a companion empowerment guide for the women embarking on the Esther Project journey.  As the Global Esther Ambassador, Rev. Tiffany established a footprint for The Esther Project in the North America, Central America and Africa.  Her global vision is to establish the Esther Institute for the Advancement of Women and Girls (public policy and civic engagement institute) and create Esther Empowerment Centers in every continent of world, enabling women throughout the world to connect with empowerment to launch their life purpose.  Rev. Tiffany serves faithfully as the Pastor of Outreach & Evangelism at the Upper Room Full Gospel Church in Edison, New Jersey, under the spiritual oversight of her parents, Pastors Bruce & Phyllis Williams.  Rev. Tiffany is a former judge, professor of law and public policy and administration and has served as legal advisor to Governors, elected officials and cabinet level officials.  Rev. Tiffany believes that her successes are attributable to a personal belief that “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”


Rev. Tiffany M. Williams
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