Keshia Williams, LCSW, SIFI is clinical social worker and a Lecturer at UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare and Smith College School for Social Work. Her past professional experiences include the delivery of diverse psychotherapies in direct service capacities, coordinating training and education in various clinical, academic and agency based settings and holding leadership positions in varied settings. Her work has led her across the globe and granted her opportunities to work with diverse gender, sexual, ethnic, racial and religious communities within the United States and Canada. She strives to provide direct services and education that is attentive, collaborative and driven by forward movement towards all forms of liberation and healing. At present, Keshia Williams works as a school counselor at an independent school, provides clinical and field advisement for MSW interns and teaches various theory and practice courses to undergraduate and graduate social work students.