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Mr. Vincent Williams was born and raised in Camden, New Jersey. He attended Morehouse College where he became a proud member of Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. While attending Morehouse, he was a Project Manager intern at Central Parking Corporation in Philadelphia each summer through INROADS. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management. After graduation, he became a Project Manager for Central Parking Corporation in Philadelphia. A year later, he moved back to Georgia to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors. The following year, he was selected to serve as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana, West Africa. While there in the village, he worked in the community and schools to increase the capacity of the community. While there, he and three other native friends found a Non Government Organization (NGO) for the community called Footprints of Realisation, Ghana (F.O.R. Ghana). There, his passion for the community was amplified and he began seeing where he could make an impact and a meaningful difference.
After two and a half years in West Africa, he came back to Atlanta and completed a degree Master in Education: Business Education from University of West GA. After which, he became the Education Director at the Boys and Girls Club in Marietta, GA. He became involved in many community organizations such as the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC), Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), Collective Black People’s Movement, Kijana Boys Rite of Passage, and others. After the completion of the University of West GA, he completed a dual degree from Kennesaw State University with a Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Administration. While at KSU, he was involved in student organizations and worked with the Year of Ghana program and hosted many dignitaries from Ghana, including the President of Ghana at the John Mahama. During this time, he started teaching high school Business &
Technology at Mount Zion High School in Clayton County, GA. He was the advisor for Future Business Leaders of America, started a T-shirt business with the students, and worked on various committees in the school and district. One of his prized moments were taking a number of students on numerous amounts of college tours throughout Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.
Currently, he works with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as a team lead in the Public Assistance division in Illinois. He enjoyed working in the community and continues grassroots work with Men of Intelligence Association and Prince Hall masonry.
Mr. Vincent Williams’s role as Jesse in The Accountant & The Counselor is his voice over debut.
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