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Personal Branding, Business Branding, Employment Branding » Author » Karen Huller
Angela is a talented Junior Writer on the Epic Careering team.
This week's topic was very personal to Angela, so I invited her to guest post. A 2001 New York Times article titled "Traveling 2 Roads In One Life" profiled Angela Williams. She began her professional life as a lawyer. After a few years in the Air Force as a prosecutor, she moved on as a federal prosecutor in Florida. A year later she traveled to Jerusalem, and visited Biblical sites. Suddenly, she felt a strong calling to devote herself to the ministry. Within two years she began to study theology while she balanced her life as a lawyer. By 2001, Williams put in 50 hours a week as a corporate lawyer by day, and worked up to 40 hours per week as an associate minister at night. When Williams began her career as a lawyer, she never envisioned being a minister as well.
A 2001 New York Times article titled "Traveling 2 Roads In One Life" profiled Angela Williams.
She began her professional life as a lawyer. After a few years in the Air Force as a prosecutor, she moved on as a federal prosecutor in Florida. A year later she traveled to Jerusalem, and visited Biblical sites. Suddenly, she felt a strong calling to devote herself to the ministry. Within two years she began to study theology while she balanced her life as a lawyer. By 2001, Williams put in 50 hours a week as a corporate lawyer by day, and worked up to 40 hours per week as an associate minister at night. When Williams began her career as a lawyer, she never envisioned being a minister as well. Angela was born during the Regan Administration. Her parents worked hard, but they were eventually divorced. She grew up with everything she needed, but had less than her peers with married parents, whom she felt a great need to impress to be accepted. In short, her life growing up wasn't easy. Her mother worked seven days a week to make ends meet. One day, the job her mother worked at for well over a decade laid her off, and she watched as her mother was forced to take a lower paying job. When she entered the workforce she was determined not to work as hard as her mother, and she was skeptical about staying with the same employer for life. Angela knew working hard was important, but she refused to "live to work. She found a job with flexible hours that allowed to her work from home, and she isn't afraid to change employers in order to seek career advancement. Angela grew up with a cynical attitude toward lifetime employer loyalty. She saw first-hand how easily an organization could layoff a longtime worker to make its bottom line. She placed an equal value on the workplace and her personal life, one was not more important than the other. Angela also values independence in her decision-making at work, and is willing to change employers to suit her needs. In the scenarios I painted for you, Gertrude is from the Traditional generation, Ronald is a Baby Boomer, Angela is a Generation Xer, and Tobias is part of the Millennials.
ANGELA WILLIAMS, LMT
Angela Williams was born in West Germany and raised in El Paso, TX. She joined the United States Air Force soon after graduating from Franklin High School. After spending five years in the US Air Force as a medic/EMT she moved to Houston, TX. She attended and graduated with Honors from Houston Community College receiving her Associates of Arts degree. Angela continued her education at University of Houston (UH) where she received her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology-Exercise Science, Cum Laude and minor in Psychology. While a student at UH, Angela was a student athletic trainer with the University's Sports Medicine department. She spent 2009/2010 season with Football and Men's Basketball treating student athletes and helping the basketball team achieve their first conference championship victory after 18 years. Additionally, she completed an internship with the Houston Rockets during 2010/2011 season by providing treatment and helping keep the team's star athletes on the court. During her time spent treating and rehabilitating athletes back to health she realized her heart was in massage therapy. She saw the great benefits and results from providing massage therapy to athletes. Shortly after graduating from UH she completed her massage therapy studies with Memorial Hermann Massage School and Institute of Cosmetology and Esthetics. Her areas of expertise include, but are not limited to: Sports Massage (Pre-event, Post-event, and maintenance), Deep Tissue, Swedish, Body Stretching, Joint Mobilization and Hydrotherapy. She is also CPR/AED/First Aid certified in Adult, Child, and Pediatric and a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Angela's goal is to help people heal effectively. She strongly believes many pains, whether chronic or acute, can be alleviated with a combination of therapeutic procedures to include massage. Angela is looking forward to treating you with massage therapy and helping you feel better.
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