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About Karen

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Karen Williams is the founder and organizer of Let’s Talk The Talk. Started in April 2022, Let’s Talk The Talk is a budding organization determined to build a strong community of women while serving the residents of women shelters. Our primary initiative is to GIVE TO and SUPPORT the needs of local women shelters in Greater Houston and surrounding areas. Founded by Karen Williams in 2022, Let's Talk The Talk, was born out of a need and desire to build a recurring women's empowerment luncheon where women come together to fellowship, to learn, to network and discuss women-centric topics that are typically overlooked. Karen is the wife of Michael R. Williams, mother to 3 beautiful children, and grandmother to three young men. For many years she worked in the insurance industry as a commercial insurance supervisor.


Proudly born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisian, Karen has five sisters and one brother. Karen cut her teeth as a servant of the community very early on as her parents owned a popular local restaurant in Lake Charles -- Super Soul, where they served the very best bar-b-que and links! Karen has called Houston home for nearly 40 years, and Church Christ Temple Apostolic Church has been her spiritual home for 25 years. It is here where she grew her faith and her community leadership skills in various ways: Christian education, children ministry, marriage ministry, and the Pastors Honor Committee. Karen served in a leadership role on the Pastor Honor Committee and was just recently celebrated with a service award for her 20 years of “selfless acts of time and attention” and before that in 2020 she was awarded by Christ Temple Apostolic Church a Certificate of Appreciation. Her dedication to her church home and family of over 25 years has not gone unnoticed. Karen is focusing her energy and efforts to the building of a community of women while supporting women in need in the community, specifically those who have found refuge in women shelters as she has a deep personal connection with women who seek to overcome abuse. Eager to help women in such circumstances, she has completed several trauma healing classes, as well.


Karen strongly believes in self-development in order to better serve her community. She holds a certificate in Youth Mental Health First Aid and enjoys working with S.T.O.P., a community organization that partners with local area schools to educate our youth about mental health. Karen is also a recent graduate of the Precept 101 Bible Course (May 2022)

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