U.S. House Georgia's 5th Congressional District
State Senate (D-GA) Incumbent
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Nikema Williams is the first Black woman Chair of the Democratic Party of Georgia, where she leads the fight statewide to expand access to opportunity for Georgians. Senator Williams plays a key role in the National Democratic Party as a member of the Executive and Resolution Committees of the Democratic National Committee. Her passion for protecting women’s rights and access to healthcare led Williams to Planned Parenthood Southeast where she served as Vice-President of Public Policy for 10 years. Her desire for improving the wellbeing of working families led her to serve in her current position as Deputy Director of Civic Engagement at National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) and Deputy Executive Director at Care in Action, the advocacy and political arm of NDWA. Williams attended Talladega College and is a graduate of Lead Atlanta, New Leaders Council and the Women’s Campaign School at Yale.