About the Author
Dr. Annette Johnson-Williams is a freelance writer who enjoys the challenges of creativity and attention to detail. To her credit, she holds a Master s degree in Public Administration and City Planning and a Doctorate degree in Organizational Behavior with emphasis on Human Resource Management. Dr. Williams is the author of This Journey Ain t Over which chronicles her life; surviving a bitter marriage and divorce, and beginning her life anew as a single parent. Forthcoming are Winnie Nell: A Mississippi Queen, My Second Life, Millicent Bradford: An Adoption Story, In the Backdrop, When God Touches You, Her Mission Was Clear, The Pandora Party, The Face of Good and Evil, The Domino Players Club, Black Ladies, The Resurrection, Turn Around is Fair Play, Going Home: Two Months in Africa and Why We Live Here. Dr. Williams career covers 20-plus years in the public and private sector, having created numerous business documents, including operations manuals, job specifications, letters and internal memos, and training manuals. Dr. Williams is currently a University professor; she owns and operates Williams Quality Research Consultants which is a research firm; she is actively involved in and the Faculty Advisor for the Society of Human Resources Managers Houston Chapter and a member of the American Business Women s Association. Dr. Williams is a passionate researcher of American History; she enjoys singing, lecturing, traveling and meeting people. She maintains a Facebook page to network with her friends (The Writer s Block: 14th at Elm) and readers and blogs about the craft and profession of writings.