About Vernon L. Williams

Vernon L. Williams is a national speaker, coach, author workshop leader. His mission statement: “To use my passion and expertise in helpful thinking and behavior to inspire people to live every moment with joy.”

After more than twenty years of leading high performing corporate customer service and marketing teams, he founded The Vernon L. Williams Company to help clients achieve personal and professional goals. He has provided these life-transforming services for a wide array of clients, including managers, sales professionals, technicians, administrative support personnel, medical professionals, teachers, stay-at-home moms and many others.

A partial list of clients include: Grace Community Church, Maximum Life Christian Church, Celebration Church, Bethel A.M.E. Church, Grace Fellowship Church, Huntington Baptist Church, Capital Area Asset Builders, Center for Urban Families, DC Central Kitchen, International Association of Workforce Professionals, Maryland Association for Counseling and Development, National Partnership for Community Leadership, Operation Hope, We Care Private Duty Services, Medstar Health, and Social Security Administration.
Vernon completed a year-long program of intensive study of Biblical counseling and Bible study methods under the direction of Pastor Brent T. Brooks, a graduate of the Dallas Theological Seminary and the founding pastor of Grace Community Church.

Vernon co-founded and served and President and CEO of the Michael Budd Foundation. For more than 10 years, he provided spiritual counseling to terminally-ill AIDS patients and their families. Vernon has also served as volunteer chaplain at Howard Community Hospital in Columbia, MD. He continues to regularly visit terminally ill patients.

Vernon is the author of five books: The Power to Rejoice: 21 Days to Victory Over Problems, 425 Ways to Stretch Your $$$$, 3 Rules that Guarantee Financial Success, Paddle Your Own Boat: 10 Rules that Guarantee Career Success and Why Employees Fail to Meet Performance Expectations & How to Fix the Problem.

Vernon has a master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University.