Serial entrepreneur and former Global Education and Corporate Communications Executive, Tam Williams is the President of She’s It LLC, a lifestyle technology company which focuses on a HEALTHy WELLthy mindset to Live Life GRAND! It is through the 15 topics that Tam helps to Shape the Conversation for a HEALTHy WELLthy mindset. The company’s first technology app with the patented feature My Personal Body Blueprint (MPBB), this makes Tam one of a handful of black women owned technology inventors.
Bringing over 30 years’ experience, Tam is known as the Resultant and influencer for change. Companies she has used her influence and consultation include Motorola, Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen, GS1, Vanguard, Merck Pharmaceuticals among many more.
Tam has been an advocate for women and women’s rights many years having held board seats at Girls, Inc. Philadelphia, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, Minority Supplier Development Council, Women Impacting Public Policy and Ellevate Network. Tam was also named one of 25 Influential Black Women by Mobil Oil and The Network Journal. Her op-ed “Bank, Car Makers Get Bailouts While Main Street Drives the Economy” received national acclaim.
From 2003 – 2005, Tam hosted the radio show Small Business & Politics Entwined, covering the 2004 RNC, DCN and the Presidential Inauguration. Tam is an international speaker, facilitator and trainer. She has facilitated and provided keynote speeches to the US Virgin Islands Women’s Conference, National Black Chamber of Commerce, Cheyney University, Rainbow Push Wall Street Economic Summit and many others. One of her prides is being certified by the Kauffman Foundation to teach FastTrac® training which equips aspiring and established entrepreneurs with the business skills and tools to start and grow successful businesses. Kauffman FastTrac® was created by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the largest foundation in the world devoted to entrepreneurship. Tam collaborated with Next Opportunity Group to deliver the first strategy education, coaching, and implementation training to 25 high potential diverse CEOs through the Six Parallel Tracks to Success Program™, based upon NextOpp’s proprietary methodology sponsored by pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co., Inc. and the PANJ-DE Chapter of the Minority Supplier Development Council (MSDC).
Most recently, Tam served as Pennsylvania Co-Chair for the Women’s March On Washington, served as Chair of the Women’s March Diversity & Inclusion group which has transitioned to the Women's Diversity & Inclusion Foundation known as WODIF and it has over 13K members from around the globe.
Tam is a South Jersey native, attended Rutgers University, Kellogg School of Advanced Management and has the GPHR/SPHR Professional and PMP certifications from Villanova University.
Tam is married to Donald Williams Sr., has 5 children and 10 grandchildren.