Pulpits, playgrounds sometimes prison cells and media publications are places where you are likely to experience the presence of Reginald Williams walking in his purpose.
Recognized and credited with being an ardent advocate for men, Mr. Williams' personal mission is the restoration of families, and he believes this occurs with the resurrection of men. If you want to heal families start by encouraging and educating men to boldly occupy their protective position, Williams proclaims.
Williams' calling to heal families is evident in his role as a Lead Facilitator at Adam's House (a Prince George's County re-entry/anger management program) where his influence has positively impacted the lives of thousands of men during the past seven years. His spirit of transparency complemented by his demand for men to be authentic connects him to his clients in a unique and transforming way.
Along the eastern seaboard Mr. Williams is frequently asked to lecture on issues effecting fathers, men and marriage. His reach is beginning to expand beyond those current borders. Mr. Williams sits on the advisory board for the "Winning Father's Initiative" and his influence is felt by a populace of the nation's future leaders - the African-American and Latino male students enrolled in the Diverse Male Student Initiative at Prince George's Community College, where he sits on that board.
A certified marriage and relationship educator, Mr. Williams, along with his wife Peachie serve as the co-founders of Marriage Nectar - a marriage and relationship entity whose focus is strengthen marriages for the purpose of building families and impacting communities.
Mr. Williams, an Award-winning editor and journalist, has served as a former managing editor for Gospel Today magazine and editor of the Washington AFRO-American newspaper. He has built an impressive journalism career covering beats from Capitol Hill to Hollywood.