Carlisha Williams
Motivational Speaker 
Inspiring women internationally to lead, serve and be the change they want to see in the world.
Carlisha Williams has traveled world wide delivering
empowering messages to audiences of all ages. 
She is deeply 
committed to inspiring and equipping her audiences with skills to thrive in life.  Carlisha is a dynamic speaker with a passion for the development of girls and women.  To request her for your next event, please contact us.

March 28, 2015
Teach for America Regional Summit - Tulsa, OK

February 19, 2015
Guest Lecturer  at University of Oklahoma AFAM Department - Norman, OK

February 18, 2015
ONEOk Black History Month Program - Tulsa, OK

​June 7, 2014
Girls Rock Event Speaker - Oklahoma City, OK

May 31, 2014
Women Empowering Nations' Princess Day Party​ - Oklahoma City, OK

​​March 1, 2014
Teach For America Summit - Oklahoma City, OK

February 28, 2014
Metro Tech Teen Summit - Oklahoma City, OK

February 20, 2014

Discovery School of Tulsa Black History Month Speaker - Tulsa, OK

November 14, 2013
University of Oklahoma Symposium on Africa - Norman, OK

October 12, 2013
Teach for America African-American Corps Members Summit - Atlanta, GA

September 21, 2013
FSMBC Women's Empowerment Conference - Oklahoma City, OK

June 5 -7, 2013​
Girls Leading Our World Leadership Conference - Banjul, Gambia​

June 11, 2012
An Evening with Wendy Kopp - Tulsa, OK

April 14, 2012
Developing a Culture of Excellence Black Educators Panel - Tulsa, OK

February 25, 2012 
Big XII Conference on Black Student Government Leadership Panel - Norman, OK

December 9, 2011
Teach for America  Mid-Year Celebration - Tulsa, OK

August  13, 2011
God's Leading Ladies Workshop -  First Baptist North Tulsa Church, OK

May 11 - May 26, 2011
3rd Annual Girls Literacy & Empowerment Program - Gambia, West Africa

April 7, 2011
US Department of Labor: Women's Bureau Women Making HerStory
 Leadership Panelist  - Tulsa, OK

​Upcoming Events
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