Erin Williams is a native Texan whose career began in the exciting entertainment industry. After having worked with several nationally recognized organizations, Erin opened her own agency, Millennia Models & Williams Talent, in Houston in 1999. In 2001, she bought out a local mainstay, Quaid Talent, to become the largest full service agency in Houston, representing over 1,000 talent for local and international work in film, television, commercial, voice over, live performance, print and modeling.
Also in 1999, Erin founded Millennia Center, a modeling, acting and personal development facility. In addition to the state certified vocational programs and seminars the center offered, Erin designed summer camps for the Girl Scouts of America, debuted “The Best Me” program for pre-teens and teens, conducted an ongoing series of self improvement and enrichment programs as well as life skills workshops, Imageovers and Corporate Image Consulting and Sales Coaching.
As a dynamic entrepreneur, Erin served on the Board of Directors for the Houston Advertising Federation (HAF), the Better Business Bureau Advisory Board (BBB), Board of Directors for Women in Film and Television (WIFT), and as Deputy Steering Committee Chair for Only in Houston (OiH) as well as a member of Fashion Group International (FGI). Over the years, her corporation worked with community organizations close to her heart such as: Houston Area Women’s Center, Houston Children’s Charity, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The American Diabetes Association, The American Cancer Society and Toys for Tots and donated over $100,000 in scholarships for vocational and non-vocational programs at her facility and practice.
Erin was given the opportunity to further her interest in personal and corporate coaching and, instead of mentoring just the young people she encountered daily, began to work with family units and adults, businesses and organizations. Erin is known for transformative work, and uses her proprietary coaching techniques to facilitate personal evolution. Erin is also sought out by entrepreneurs and top executives looking for the competitive edge and skills needed to take their company or career to the next level.
After years of developing people and careers as well as managing a full-time staff and a successful corporation, in 2006 Erin closed her school to focus solely on her personal and corporate coaching practice as well as penning a series of books on the subject. Erin is the author of The Daily Insight, a daily strategy to enhance the human experience, and The Weekly Directive, an online personal growth assignment. Erin is still a licensed agent and represents and manages a handful of high profile clients. Erin lives in Houston with her son and works with people from all over the world.