McQuetta Williams is the CEO/Founder of the non-profit organization EnVision Proven Success, which provides knowledge and resources that empower women to improve their quality of life.
She became vision-impaired overnight due to an unknown illness that altered her life in an instant. Her journey to regaining her sense of self led her to her calling, which is to link people to resources and support.
EnVision Proven Success is anchored by an annual magazine that shares the stories of women who’ve faced similar struggles and rose above to become successful role models for others. Those who are empowered by the stories can find support in setting and reaching their own goals through the organization’s workshops and individualized referrals.
When Ms. Williams isn’t providing guidance and support through EPS, she works as a Referral Specialist at Hands On Central Ohio, where she’s been on staff for 10 years.
Previously, she was a WrightChoice intern at Ohio Legal Rights Service and at the Center of Vocational Alternatives. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Ohio Dominican University.
She is a member of Dress for Success Columbus’s Professional Women’s Group, a Salvation Army volunteer, advocate for VOICEcorps,100 Black Women Columbus, Pink Shellz,and a member of the First Church of God.
Ms. Williams has been recognized for her successes and dedication to her community by being named Dress for Success Columbus’s first Woman of Power in 2010 and one of Sunny 95’s 10 Outstanding Women of 2017.
EnVision Proven Success has been highlighted in the Secretary of State’s Ohio Business Profile and been supported by various Central Ohio non-profits and businesses.
Ms. Williams says her vision in life is to be able to help somebody so her living will not is in vain. The EPS slogan was also inspired by a phrase she repeats often: “We don’t look like what we’ve been through!”