Isis Williams, West Collingswood Heights
Isis Williams, resident of West Collingswood Heights and President of the non-profit Haddon Township Equity Initiative, is known as a barrier breaker, an uplifting hand for vulnerable communities, and a committed warrior in the battle for equality. Isis serves as Director on the Board of Education for Haddon Township, and has spearheaded creating the non-profit Haddon Township Equity Initiative. The organization hosted its first ever Pride parade in the town this year, which received a proclamation from the state of New Jersey for its efforts. Isis united town leadership, our esteemed police and fire departments, and a wide range of community members behind the task of launching the three day event encompassing a parade, a nonprofit fair and a pool party for LGBTQIA families. In addition to leading the initiative, Isis is a Board Member of COLLAB, co-leads the district’s Parent Equity Group, serves on the Board of Directors and Finance Committee of the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union and is a member of the HT Special Education Parent Advisory Group, all while working a corporate job full time and running her own wedding and events company. Isis is a civic-minded individual who works tirelessly and effectively to make her community a place where everyone can thrive and prosper, regardless of their ethnic background or orientation.
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