- AJW Foundation | Delirium TodayWeb Producer, 2013 - present
- AJW MediaExecutive Director, 2006 - 2013
Adrienne J. Williams
Executive Director| Web Content Strategist | Speaker | Entrepreneur
Adrienne J. Williams is the Web Content Strategist and Founder of AJW Media—a niche media company for entertainment, news, opinion and social issues. Williams also is the Executive Director and for the AJW Foundation (Delirium Today), a nonprofit to education, support and empower families living with mental health issues which launched in February of 2013.
Williams was invited to the White House by President Barack Obama in 2011, for using social media as an advocacy medium for social change. She was invited to the 2011 GLAAD National Media Institute for People of Color to promote diversity in media and was a Key Note Speaker and preformed workshops at UC Davis University and St. Cloud State University on topics of entrepreneurship, human rights advocacy and using social media for diversity platforms.
Williams was Interviewed on Chicago Progressive Talk Radio hosted by Stephanie Miller, featured in the Chicago Tribune (RedEye), Associated Press, Connextions Magazine, Windy City Times, The Bilerico Project, GLAAD Blog and The Advocate.
Williams has also donated her time and money to causes that she feels is of benefit to the global world in human rights, homelessness and mental health education:
American Foundation Prevention For Suicide, United Black Pride, Center on Halsted, Sara Circle, Cornerstone Community Outreach, Depression Is Real, Habitat for Humanity, Autism Speaks, SAGE, GLAAD, and the Arthritis Foundation.
Williams received her degree in communication design and minored in computers and deaf studies. She has 13 years of experience in technology and communications, seven years in online publishing. She’s has lived in Japan for two years, loves science fiction, and spends her time improving her craft. She’s also now writing her first book.
Visit Adrienne Williams' network of websites:
- Columbia College ChicagoCommunication Design | Computers | Deaf Studies