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Precious Williams: Leading Executives to "Slay All Competition"

February 2023

Precious WilliamsPrecious Williams, J.D., C’2001, is helping women entrepreneurs and business leaders take their speaking skills to the next level as the founder and CEO of Perfect Pitches by Precious.

In addition to teaching other leaders how to pitch and build sales programs, Williams is a world-class speaker and trainer for top brands such as BMW, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Harvard University, Spelman College, and Yelp—just to name a few.

As a 13-time national elevator pitch champion and a four-time bestselling author with a career that spans over 25 years, Williams continues to revolutionize the pitching industry. Not only has she completed two TEDx Talks, but she has also appeared on various media platforms like ABC’s "Shark Tank," CNN, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Black Enterprise Magazine as well.

Known to be a trendsetter, Williams describes through her website how her success is a process that she must experience with her client, not simply teach.

"My secret sauce is that I can see into a woman and see exactly what her problem is. I can listen to her and hear what’s being said and what’s not being said underneath," said Williams. "I can take wherever she is right now and enhance that. The very thing she is fearful of, is the very thing that is her secret weapon."

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