Destiny Williams, Access Services/Cultural Heritage Manager, The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University
Destiny Williams is an emerging project manager who serves as Access Resources/Cultural Heritage Manager for the National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University, coordinating projects, partnerships, and programs within the University’s cultural/historic districts. She is an educator by training with professional experience in K-12 education. During her tenure, Destiny served as lead teacher of the Liberal Arts Department at West Bolivar High School. In addition, Destiny has professional experiences in historic preservation, public outreach, and cultural heritage. She has served as Coordinator for the Black Heritage Council of the Alabama Historic Commission, during which, she provided oversight for public forums and internship programs.
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- Shaping, Sharing & Storytelling on the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail: Friday 10/23 at 12 Noon EDT