Cornellia Williams not only started a career in social services but is a mentor to others. After graduating college, she focused on helping others to break past every day barriers. She’s been a driving force in assisting others to become financially independent, break generational poverty and live their best life.
Cornellia knows what employers are looking for. She created a job training program that has successfully employed over 500 people. She has helped thousands break boundaries to change their lives and careers.
The 2017 Leadership Callaway County class was introduced at a gathering Thursday evening at the Callaway Chamber of Commerce.Aug. 3 2017 @ 9:11pm
By Jodie Jackson Jr. / Columbia Tribune
Posted Feb 22, 2016 at 12:01 AM
Updated Feb 22, 2016 at 1:00 PM