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Women Empowering Women
Of Dallas
Non-Profit Organization


• (972) 801-7713

•  4760 Preston Road Suite 244-122

•  Frisco, TX 75034

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Williams Promotions “N” Productions is the brainchild of Deborah Williams. Recognizing her talent to put together exciting special and motivating business networking functions, Deborah launched Williams Promotions “N” Productions. Such events require exceptional organizational skills, a high degree of energy, talent and creativity.

Deborah’s creative talents started while doing local talent and fashion shows in the Dallas area. The first major promotion was the twin models, Ron and Rod of Dallas, Texas. She was instrumental in getting theses dynamic models connected to the highly esteemed and world-renowned Ebony Fashion Fair Tour, where their talent have been widely recognized and admired. Deborah was the assistant promoter for the Vogue Fashion show hosted in Chicago, Illinois each year. She has served as the judge for the Cassi Modeling Agency. Deborah has trained and motivated young ladies from all over on fashion tips and most of all, building a good positive self-image.

Deborah’s education and professional business background encompasses a broad spectrum. Deborah both Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Education. She has taught self-contained students with learning disabilities and provided a cross-training inclusions program for these same students within the regular classroom, in addition, Deborah has successfully organized, implemented and managed the Child Alert Program though school PTA’s PSA’s, Wal Mart and other companies bringing the dynamics of radio, TV, newspaper and free public service broadcasting to educate the community about child safety.

Deborah believes in giving back to the community as embarks on new and exciting knowledge. She has been a motivational speaker at St.Anthony’s School for the past four years. She is also a Public Relations consultant for the NFL and NBA mother to mother spiritual seminars. Deborah has been a guest speaker on various talk radio stations including the KGGR Positive Book Club for Women, KRNB 105.7 on more than three occasions, and guest speaker on talk radio KHVN Heaven 97. Deborah presently serves on the Park South Board YMCA in which she also serves as event coordinator for special events.

Deborah’s community activities go on to include volunteer work for the American Cancer SOCIETY, volunteer motivational speaker for the Step Angles Foundation at Madison High School, former chairperson for the New Image Business Association Owl Night and former chairperson for the Texas R&B Association in area of Public Relations Marketing Consultant. Deborah is a member of the Dallas Community Television Film and Video (DTV).
Deborah believes in giving- whether it be to individuals, communities or businesses. Her dream is to inspire others. She lives by and daily demonstrates to the world her daily creed-“if you think dreams are impossible… think again, Impossible Dreams do come true!”

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To strengthen the families through training programs, workshops; and provide assistance with supportive living extended-stay apartments.

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To empower and improve women’s self-confidence through self-development, counseling, financial assistance free from domestic violence. 

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To assist families of domestic violence with extended-stay housing and provide strong supportive programs that will build strong families.

Support Groups Division

This group was set up to Provide Relief for Distressed Victims of Domestic Violence and Lessening the Burden of Government by providing resources and aid to male and female victims, at risk children, and perpetrators of domestic violence.  WEW will provide extended stay options for up to six months which is geared towards complete rehabilitation of the victims.  This is an anonymous facility where WEW will uphold strict confidentiality for the safety of our residence. WEW’s aim is to provide opportunities for victims who want to seek help, and break out of the cycle of violence.  Our goal is to provide all of the basic living needs to our victims, including food, shelter, counseling, and job placement training and assistance.  WEW serves as a lifeline and safe haven for women, men, and children who are fleeing domestic violence.

The best way to prepare for life is to begin to live.
Elbert Hubbard

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Men, Women, and Children will be counseled during their crisis and will be given advice, instruction, and directions on how to make better judgment regarding issues such as self esteem, self control, judge of character, sense of courage, forgiveness of guilt and shame, and how to overcome self blame.  Many victims feel like they have no choice, recourse, or options WEW’s facilities and website will be used to reach out to all the women of all walks of life who suffer alone and in silence.  Children will be given It is their civil and human right to live a life free from violence and in peace.