Elaine Williams is an award winning comedic speaker who has performed on America's Got Talent, Saturday Night Live, HBO, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and been featured in the NY Times. She blogs for the Huffington Post, has written 2 books, and her TV project: Room for Improvement, was a finalist with Lifetime and A & E in the NY TV Festival in 2013.
Her funny, overcoming-obstacles key note is dynamic, engaging, inspiring, and hilarious for all ages: It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time.
She is often on college campuses around the country, using humor to teach more serious topics: Assault Prevention & Response, Alcohol Awareness, Emotional Eating/Body Image, Healthy Self Talk/Self Care.
A performer her whole life, she knows how to captivate large and small audiences.
As a producer, she understands the pressure of hosting events, meeting expectations, and being flexible with last minute challenges.
Her smallest crowd was 4 and her biggest crowd was 5,000.
Elaine has connected with high school audiences, military crowds, college students, Wall Street companies, health care companies, and comedy club audiences all over.
Her greatest joy is sharing her story, love, light and laughter with others, connecting and reminding everyone that we're all connected.