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Angela Williams Angela PHR

Soldier and Family Programs Manager

US Army

US Army

Background Information

Employment History

Social Services Coordinator
Department of the Army

Quality Assurance Specialist - Lead
U.S. Air Force

Realtor
EXIT Realty Corp

Proctor School of Theology
Virginia Union University

Affiliations

Member
Ning Inc

Member
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals

Education



Franklin High School



Institute of Cosmetology



Memorial Hermann Massage School



University of Texas School of Law

Associates of Arts degree

Houston Community College

Bachelors of Science , Cum Laude
Kinesiology-Exercise Science
University of Houston

bachelor of music degree
vocal pedagogy and performance
East Carolina University

Web References (44 Total References)


Personal Branding, Business Branding, Employment Branding » Author » Karen Huller

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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.

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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.


Personal Branding, Business Branding, Employment Branding » Category » Careers

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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.


Personal Branding, Business Branding, Employment Branding » Tag » jobs

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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 ...

epiccareering.com [cached]

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 ...

epiccareering.com [cached]

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.

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