Afiya "Fi" Williams
Atlanta born and Brooklyn based, Afiya (Fi.) Williams is a humanitarian, artist, educator, and visionary with over ten years working in many ways at the intersection of art, education, and community.
An impact producer and project manager for an international non-profit, Afiya produces short films, facilitates livestream conversations, and runs a multicultural GenZ community to help foster a sense of belonging, meaningful dialogue, and understanding around critical and timely topics. She supports young people in sharing their stories, exploring empathy, and inspiring action towards a more just world.
Founder and Director of WildFiya, Fi is a social entrepreneur working to drive change towards a vision of relieving communities of color from the harmful social norms that maintain systems of oppression. Believing in the power of joy, rest, innovation, and storytelling as tools for Black liberation, Afiya’s work intentionally combines her passion and affinity for creating transformative spaces that uplift underrepresented voices, underserved populations, and non-traditional ideas.
Afiya holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from New York University and Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and English from Smith College.