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Background Information

Employment History

Social Services Coordinator
Department of the Army

Quality Assurance Specialist - Lead
United States Air Force

Realtor
EXIT Realty Corp

Proctor School of Theology
Virginia Union University

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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

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Angela Williams and family ...

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Angela Williams and family share fond memories with children

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Jean Gordon/Daily Courier Gathered around a small tree at the home of Eddie and Sandi Wright in Ellenboro, Don and Angela Williams are home for Christmas from England.
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Eddie Wright, Angela's father, was at work.
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Angela Williams, got an early Christmas gift Sunday when he received a Cam Newton jersey while at the Carolina Panthers football game.
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Jean Gordon/Daily Courier Among ornaments on the Wright's Christmas tree is "Sissy Duck" a yellow plastic duck in an Air Force uniform to honor Angela.
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Angela Williams, 28, who is a Staff Sgt. in the U.S. Air Force stationed at Lakenheath, England, is on vacation from her job as an accountant.
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This is an expensive trip," Angela said. "The kids are getting older and we wanted them to experience what we experienced here at home. We took them to see the Forest City Christmas lights. We saw them as kids and we wanted them to see them, too. They have seen Santa," Angela said. 
Angela said the couple wanted their children to be around family and the places they grew up. 
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In July, Angela will head out to Texas for training for her new job as an Air Force recruiter. Since being home she's has been "unofficially" trying to recruit her brother-in-law, sister and a cousin. 
After completing recruiting school, she hopes the family will get a transfer to the East Coast and closer to home and family. "But we do not know," she said.
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Sandi has helped the family several times and in different parts of the world when when Angela was deployed. 
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 Angela joined the Air Force in 2006 and since then the couple has seen a lot of the world and will see even more since Angela plans to retire in the Air Force
They lived in Germany three years, she was deployed to Israel four months and they lived at Shaw Air Fore Base in South Carolina for three years. She was deployed to Qatar for six months and later to Atlanta, Ga. before moving to England. Other deployments have been in Bulgaria and Turkey. 
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Angela and Don talked about their first meeting while in the same English class at  R-S Central High School.
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Angela, two years younger than Don, decided to join the Air Force after high school to follow in the footsteps of her father, grandfather, uncles and other family members. 


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

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 ...

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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.

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