Keith O. Williams is a minister, a community activist, a freelance web designer, and published author. He is the third of five children to a retired fabricator and a homemaker. He graduated with honors from Parker High School in 1992 and earned a degree in finance at Alabama State University in 1996. His other post-secondary studies include Liberty University and True Soils Institute. He successfully founded Greater Works Business Services in 1998 and Great I Am Ministries Outreach International in 2003.
Williams’ political career took off by challenging incumbent Sheila Tyson for Birmingham City Council District 6 in the 2017 Birmingham municipal election. He was motivated to run by a desire to end the antagonism and secrecy he perceived in City Hall. Future plans in politics including
Running for a seat on the Alabama Democratic Executive Committee for District 55 against incumbent Roderick Scott
North Titusville Neighborhood Vice President against incumbent Loretta Knight
Presently, he serves as an advocate for issues such as social justice, the environment, human rights, and homelessness. He is a member of Our Revolution Greater Birmingham, Democratic Socialists of America Birmingham Chapter, Faith in Action Alabama, and Young Democrats of Birmingham. Among his accomplishing are helping to pass the Human Rights Ordinance, stood up against unfair government, actively involved in volunteer work, and published 6 books since 2004.
In closing, Keith is the kind of person that does not only seek to be understood, but to gain understanding. Most of all, people can depend on him to show up when it counts. You cannot find a more faithful dependable individual.