Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Trinity Williams attended Presbyterian College from 2018 to 2021 where she earned her Bachelors of Arts in Political Science, minoring in English. While at Presbyterian College, Ms. Williams played Volleyball as well as founded the campus’ first ever National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter on campus.

Currently, Ms. Williams works as a Deputy Project Manager for Griffin & Strong, P.C., which is a public policy and law consulting firm. She is currently working on 3 disparity studies (Clarke County School District, Aurora, CO, and Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County) and 1 Threshold Analysis (Kansas City Threshold). She also works at the Black Men and Women of Valor, INC as a Partnership Coordinator.

Coming from a family full of educators, Trinity Williams would like to focus on education law, policy, and advocacy to help promote equity in the school system.


Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science with a minor in English

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Career Goals

Ms. Williams would like to earn both her MPA and J.D. in hopes of becoming an Attorney.

Relevant Work Experience

Currently, I am working as a Litigation Specialist for Howe Law Firm, PC and as a Partnership Coordinator for Black Men & Women of Valor, Inc.
Volunteer, Kathy Dobbins Leaders of Tomorrow Memorial Scholarship

Of Note

Stephen Potts Bates Public Service Award Recipient (2020)
Joseph O. Nixon Community Service Award Recipient (2021)
Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society (2021)
Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society (2021)
Member, NCAA DI Women’s Volleyball 2018-2021
Big South Conference All-Academic Team 2019-2021
Big South Conference All-Tournament Team 2019-2020
Big South Conference Honorable Mention and 2019-2020
SAAC Representative 2020-2021
Founder/ President, College Chapter of NAACP 2020-2021
Nominee, NCAA Woman of the Year 2021
Member, SC Student Legislature Member 2020-2021
Executive Committee Chair on Judiciary