As a critically acclaimed solo artist and member of Destiny Child, one of the best-selling female groups of all time, Michelle Williams has grown professionally and personally. Although the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter has enjoyed the success that her singing career has brought, she is now focusing on the projects and ventures that she feels she was really put on earth to do. One of those ventures is Believe at Home by Michelle Williams, a collection of home products inspired by her grandmother, sold exclusively through the digital commerce company, Evine.
Another role that Williams has recently taken on is that of a motivational speaker. She has spoken at events and forums across the country—captivating and rousing diverse audiences. Last spring, she was a special guest speaker at a reception for Hillary Clinton, as well as the keynote speaker at the University of Notre Dame’s “Lunch and Learn.” Williams also moderated GRAMMY Pro’s “Up Close & Personal” panel featuring Lalah Hathaway and other music artists. Williams also wants to focus on mental health, an issue that has personally affected her and one in which many in the African American community do not like to talk about. But over the last few years, she has been very vocal and candid about her battle with depression, which she was able to overcome through her faith in God and therapy. Later this year, she will be a featured speaker at the Kennedy Forum in Chicago, an annual gathering where national and global thought leaders will discuss the stigma against mental health and substance use disorders. To explore more about Michelle Williams and her achievements, visit https://www.iammichelle.com/.