Justice Williams is a multi-award-winning entrepreneur, business coach and trainer and international speaker, who primarily supports women to start and scale their business. At the age of 28, she was awarded an MBE for Services to Young People in Birmingham, becoming the youngest woman of Afro-Caribbean heritage to have received an honour, in the history of the British Empire. She went on to secure a place at number 30 on Birmingham’s Power 50, a list of powerful and influential leaders in the city. She was named Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Most Inspirational Woman of the Year.
Justice is the founder of the online VIP membership community and learning platform, Behind Her Dreams, which is for entrepreneurial women who want to create their lifestyle by design by leveraging the power of entrepreneurship. Justice regularly delivers workshops and events in partnership with leading brands and organisations such as NatWest who she has been working closely with for several years. She is currently a judge for the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards in partnership with Starling Bank and a university guest lecturer on various subjects including International Entrepreneurship.
Justice has featured and appeared in various publications including, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Red and OK magazine, the Metro 60 Second interview and many reputable newspapers such as The Guardian and The Times. In 2016 she appeared on BBC’s Great British Menu, NatWest’s online Money programme hosted by Gethin Jones and Angelica Bell, which has garnered over 700, 000 views and currently features as a TV ident on Really TV highlighting real-life inspirational people. She has been invited to 10 Downing Street on various occasions to celebrate women and their achievements in business and civic life.
Justice has worked with and delivered talks including at TEDx Birmingham, House of Commons, Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, NatWest Business, Santander, Deloitte, Levi Strauss, Dazed Magazine, Nokia, Lloyds Banking Group. PwC, School for Social Entrepreneurs and various schools, colleges and universities across the country.
She has a strong passion for addressing the inequality that exists in business by championing female founders from all walks of life. In the Autumn, Justice will be launching her foundation focusing on tackling child poverty, on giving children and low-income families a brighter future through philanthropy, entrepreneurship and financial education. Her journey and the challenges she has faced and overcome, has inspired many to focus on achieving their full potential and becoming their own success story and discoverin