Kwentoria Williams (she/her)
Senior Communications Director
Kwentoria A. Williams is a passionate advocate for reproductive justice and family planning, equitable and affordable accessibility of health care, social justice, and gender equity. A native of the Oak Cliff neighborhood in Dallas, Texas, she has long been led by a desire to serve communities of people who look like her and come from similar socioeconomic backgrounds. Kwentoria holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Studies with concentrations in Public Health and Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas as well as a Master of Healthcare Administration degree from Texas Woman’s University. During her academic career, Kwentoria conducted and presented research across the country on social determinants of health, cultural competency, community health, HIV, breast cancer, and unethical health practices.
Most recently, Kwentoria worked as the Communications Director and Healthcare Liaison for U.S. Representative Al Green. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Board Member for Every Body Texas, United State of Women (USOW) Ambassador, Alumni Advisory Board Member for the Terry Foundation, and a 2021 alumna of the Congressional Black Caucus Institute. In 2019 and 2020, Kwentoria was a fellow in the sole cohort of the Movement Mujeres fellowship program, launched by former Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis and organizer Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez. Kwentoria considers herself a history buff and enjoys trying new restaurants and learning about different cultures. Her most valuable asset in life is her framily (friends + family).