Drs. Jacqueline Williams (MA, MDiv.) is a black South
African with a broad spectrum of experience and expertise.
She is a trained political scientist and theologian. Her
point of focus is and has always been the empowerment
of people, especially of historically marginalised groups
in society, with regard to race, gender and class.
Jacque has been in leadership positions in organisations
since her youth, both in line management and project
management. She is experienced in identifying leadership
potential in people and also to further develop leadership
and leadership skills.
She is an experienced trainer in the areas of women
in development, leadership development, management skills
and diversity management.
Jacque has a broad-based international experience.
She lived, studied and worked in the United States of
America for five years and in Europe for a period of
eight years. Her work includes leadership exchange programs
between Africans and African Americans and between Africans
in Africa and Europe. She is engaged in a PhD process.
Her particular expertise is to facilitate processes
of change and to train people in change management,
making use i.e. of the Transcultural Leadership concept.
This concept utilises the various cultural backgrounds
of people in organisations to optimise their performance
and development, and that of the organisation they work