Margi Williams

Senior Career Transition Coach

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Margi Williams: Biography

Margi Williams, a senior career coach, believes everyone has an innate talent and drive needed to overcome workplace challenges and thrive in the world of work. As a career coach and IO psychologist, Margi creates methods, frameworks, and content that advances intentional career transitions.

Margi partners with professionals across all occupations, industries, and geographies, leveraging career development, CBT/REBT, positive psychology, trauma-informed, and neuroscience coaching principles.

Margi is fiercely committed to supporting clients with activating strength-based careers, mobilizing professional brands, architecting career conversations, perfecting interview processes, negotiating “win-win" offers, landing career-defining roles, and realizing performance objectives.

Margi holds a Master of Science in industrial organizational psychology and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the Baker College Center for Graduate Studies. Along with a Certified Master of Career Services (CMCS) credential from the National Association of Career Development (NCDA), Margi earned certifications in multiple coaching modalities.

Fun Facts About Margi:

Community Advocate

Collaborative Vocalist

Continent Explorer

Devoted Wife & Bonus Mom

Evidence-based Social Scientist

Authentic Relationship Builder

At-risk Communities Challenger

Inquisitive Home Cook

Education & Certifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Baker College
  • Master's degree in I/O Psychology, Baker College 
  • Certified Master of Career Services, National Association of Career Development
  • Career Coach Certification
  • CBT Life Coach Certification

Community Engagement:

  • Past Board Member, New Genesis

  • Member, Society of Industrial Organizational Psychologists (SIOP); SIOP Membership (Applications) Subcommittee Co-Chair; SIOP Conference Reviewer; Member, National Career Development Association (NCDA); CMCS Credential Reviewer for NCDA Credentialing Commission; and SIOP DIAC Committee Member
  • Volunteer Singer, Community Church Music Department 

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