Dedicated to servicing the women, children, and families of the greater Metro Atlanta area since 1999, Catrina Williams’ role as an Assistant Nutrition Counselor and resource mom allowed her to touch thousands of families who were at risk, under serviced, and living in poverty. She provided them with the basic essentials of good nutrition and family support through readily available resources and counseling. Becoming certified as a doula in 2000 has allowed her to touch and assist with numerous births. She came to the Center for Black Women’s Wellness in 2005 as a Family Support Specialist in the field for 14 years empowering, educating, impacting, and coach thousands of teen mothers, fathers, and children. As CMC she oversees a staff of six that providing prenatal education, interconceptional education, family involvement, grandparent participation, and performs developmental assessments for children under the age of 18 months in one on one home and virtual visits. She also conducts and facilitates events for family development. She became a Certified Lactation Counselor in 2017 where she help create and facilitate curriculum for Magic Milk Mommies breastfeeding group.
She has overcome trials and hardships, while also suffering the loss of her firstborn son. She has been able to triumph over it all while still providing life changing services to women, fathers, children, and families of Atlanta through her life’s experiences and lessons, education, and most of all with a HEART and PASSION TO SERVE.