Lora D. Williams is a published author of five books that empower women and children. She is a Gary Job Corp graduate whose roots begun in Louisiana and a first-generation graduate who believes and has demonstrated that you can rise above your history. She is the founder of Chicktime San Marcos, a grassroots nonprofit organization that supports and encourages young women. She is a founding leader of World Vision’s Women of Vision Austin and is a public speaker. Her focus is on alleviating the effects of poverty. She advocates locally and globally for better laws to protect marginalized women and children on planet Earth. She has a place in her heart for Kenya and youth she aims to ensure that families’ needs are met and that they have the tools to walk out of poverty by being the hands and feet of Christ. She is a registered nurse and in March 2020, she launched an online CNA platform that Career school owners can utilize for their lecture and a didactic portion of their program. Starting at the age of nineteen, she has been privileged to develop and oversee programs that assist with empowering people from all walks of life and various cultures.