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Doug WilliamsDoug Williams
As an Enterprise Account Technology Strategist, Williams is responsible for driving sales and customer success of the ever-growing Microsoft platform of technologies for a handful of Fortune 500 Customers.
Williams, native of Scottsboro, AL, completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from Alabama State University (Montgomery, AL), and a MBA degree with a specialization in Information Systems from Troy University (Troy, AL).
Since relocating to Metro-Detroit in 2012, Williams’ passion has been embodied in his commitment to making a difference in the local community around him. Williams actively serves as a non-profit board member for the Shiloh Community Restoration Foundation, Inc., annual keynote speaker for Microsoft’s “Powered to Dream” Youth Technology Camp, and is an active mentor via Big Brothers/Big Sisters Detroit.
In addition, Williams is an active mentor via Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Detroit as well as donor to several other local philanthropic causes such as The Children’s Center and The Heart and Warmth Fund (THAW), which strives to eliminate Human Suffering by providing funding and special assistance to Michigan-based families in need.

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