Join us for a live webinar with Kia Williams shares her tips, tricks, and recommended apps for managing your time!
Make the most of your time and get things done with time to spare. Working professionals have more responsibilities than work. Explore ways around time management to improve overall productivity and personal effectiveness in work and your personal life.
“If you want something done, ask a busy person.”
Kia Williams, MBA, MS, is a JEDI advocate, global fitness presenter, published author, project manager, wellness service provider, and the 2022 IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year. Kia is the youngest person and first Black person awarded this highly acclaimed recognition. She is recognized for her ability to incorporate innovative, progressive, and critical thinking that result in enhanced business services; two decades of artistry level public speaking and presenting experience; multicultural, diversity, and wellness engagement in global business; and for leveraging transformative change and establishing organizational vision to adapt to evolving customer-facing communication and value propositions.
Kia’s heart dedications are for serving as the Wellness Chairwoman for the NAACP Fort Worth-Tarrant County Chapter, founding board member of Striking + Strong hair care brand, and as an executive board member for Jeremiah 33:6, a not-for-profit holistic health education and preventative medicine corporation. She has contributed to the IDEA World Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Women in Fitness Association (WIFA) College and University Engagement Initiatives, and for Savvier Fitness fitness formats such as Barre Above, Balletone, and Fluid Strength.
Kia has managed several fitness and wellness programs and facilities and uses her transferable professional skills and business experience to develop talent, manage cross functional teams, champion groundbreaking ideas, support multicultural engagement, and to make various opportunities accessible, inclusive, and feasible for the masses. Kia's career mission is to support people who are affected by marginalization in jobs, education, healthcare, and lack of representation in the fitness industry. Kia has a love for all health and wellness categories. Overall, Kia is committed to helping others live a creative, sustainable, gratifying, and healthy lifestyle and work-life.
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