Nicole Williams is a writer, journalist, and digital content creator. Raised in Gainesville, Florida, Nicole always struggled with her desire to be heard, but thrived in her ability to welcome those from all walks of life.
After graduating from the University of Florida (May 2018) with a Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies, and a minor in Sociology and Mass Communications, Nicole realized that her passion lied in communicating with others. She has written various published articles on sites like The Independent Florida Alligator, Zion Magazine, and Amendo.com. As far as internship experience, she created the Instagram account for Mike Powell & Associates and managed their social media, as their Communications Specialist Intern.
In 2020, she joined Boston's PBS station, WGBH as their Spring Intern. She assists the team with the research and development of their television show Basic Black. Currently, in her last semester at Boston University, she is working at the College of Communication's Writing Center as a Writing Fellow. She joined The Enclave Entertainment Group as a Development intern in October.
She likes to write about emerging media innovation, pop culture, Gen Z/Millennial Culture, and identity. She is an active member of the National Association of Black journalists and is in love with all things animation or animal related.
University of Florida - BA in African American Studies
Boston University - MS in Television Production/Management
EXPERIENCE / SKILLS
Adobe Premiere Pro + Microsoft Office Suite + Hootsuite + WordPress + Canva
AWARDS / RECOGNITION
University of Florida Dean’s List (Fall 2015)
Jonathan E. Riley Role Model Award (Spring 2018)