Patrice J. Williams, MBA, CLC is a transformational coach and motivational speaker devoting her life to helping her clients create the life they desire. Firm believer of reminding every individual of his or her limitless potential for greatness, Patrice is fully invested in helping others identify and fulfill their life’s purpose.
Drawing on her experience as a Substance Abuse Counselor at the Lee Arrendale State Prison in Alto, GA, Patrice now focuses mainly on helping her clients transform their lives, fueling personal and professional fulfillment. Patrice's varied background in psychology, counseling and business provides the perfect foundation for her provocatively innovative and inspirational coaching methods. Passionate about life and its endless possibilities, Patrice’s transformative services include individual and group transformational coaching, motivational speaking, and interactive workshops.
Patrice’s unique seminars and speeches are tailored to audiences of all ages. Her high-energy, thought-provoking, and action-inspiring delivery encourages individuals to conquer challenges and transform their lives. Customizing each experience, Patrice collaborates with every organization to ensure that her expertise aligns with her client’s goals and objectives to provide the best audience experience possible. Her expertise has been honed not only through conquering her personal struggles, but also through helping hundreds of individuals with issues including life purpose fulfillment, business coaching, relationship guidance, and overcoming psychological obstacles.
Patrice holds designations of Life Coach, Life Purpose Coach, Career Coach and Business Development Coach. Patrice is currently a candidate for Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services from Walden University. Patrice also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Spelman College and a Master of Business Administration degree from Marylhurst University. Chosen as commencement speaker for Marylhurst University's 2012 commencement exercises, Patrice was soon recognized with the Most Distinguished New Alumni honor. Patrice is also involved within her community as she sits on the board of Street Skills, Inc., a non-profit organization created to improve graduation rates, crime prevention, and employability of underserved youth. As a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., she serves as a mentor for young girls in the Greater Atlanta area.