Mea Williams born in Cambridge, Ohio is a Navy Veteran, a Marine wife, a mother and the President and CEO of Grace After Fire. At Grace, Mea directs and oversees all efforts and activities related to the developing and implementing of an innovative Veteran’s peer-to peer support program; Table Talk ™ Color Me Camo, hosting of woman Veteran and family retreats and all efforts associated with fundraising.
Grace After Fire’s mission is to help women Veterans Help themselves by providing assistance in the transition process of reintegrating them back into their homes, the work place and in their communities after their military service. Assistances include: resource referral navigation, peer-to-peer support efforts and community social Veteran events.
With focused impact, over the years, Grace After Fire’s presences has helped cut the unemployment rate nationally, assist in stunting the growth of homelessness locally and has brought massive amount of women Veteran awareness to areas both on a state and national level.
While managing more than a half million-dollar budget and impacting the lives of roughly 1000 Veteran families a year; Mea and her team comprised of Army, Navy and Marine Corp Veterans will continue to ensure that women Veterans and her family have the appropriate tools that would lead her to a successful and fulfilling outcome and that more awareness of women Veterans is spread locally and throughout the states.
Mea earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and her MBA with a specialization in Healthcare Administration from Ashford University. Recognized by her peers’ and mentors for her nonstop determination; passion to see others reach their full potential and strong people skills, Mea was nominated and is a graduate of Leadership Texas 2015 and Leadership America 2016. Now a resident of Katy, Texas; Mea spends her days purposely effecting lives of many in and around her community.