Speaking Life to Believe and Achieve Together.

Crishuana Williams is an up and coming strategist researcher and long time mindfulness teacher. Crishuana started teaching mindful management skills while working at the Nashville Public Library. What began as a workshop sharing meditation practices for the librarians on the Adult Services Committee has grown into a professional development brand backed by more than a decade of research experience in the information industry. Today, Crishuana has worked with over thirty award-winning institutions on everything from podcasts about inclusion to workshops on organizational change and collaboration. In 2019, Crishuana was selected to speak at TEDxUSF on the power of difficult partnerships titled “Go Together: the Power of Unlikely Collaborations.”

Crishuana began in libraries after winning the Edward Connery Lathem ‘51 Fellowship in Special Collections at the Rauner Library in 2012. Since that time, she has served on several strategic committees, including the Dartmouth College Library’s Education and Outreach Committee, Baker 152 Committee for Digital Library Spaces, Nashville Metro Metropolitan Management Program, the Jane B. Cook Library Strategic Planning task force, and is currently serving on the Community Action Team of the Library Foundation for Sarasota County. Crishuana is an avid reader, currently reading The Journal of My Other Self by Rainer Maria Rilke and a travel romance titled Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton. Crishuana also enjoys running, playing in the ocean and camping all around wild Florida.