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About the Author

Author Info

Dina Estelle Williams enjoys capturing stories and captivating audiences through her written words.To her, writing is super sexy; coolly creative; uniquely informative; reassuringly therapeutic; and a whole lotta everything, definitely one of her first loves. Writing engages, equips, edifies, encourages, educates, entertains, excites, and ultimately empowers Williams to empower others as they read what she has written. 

Throughout Williams’ diverse career, writing always played an integral role. She has collaborated with a host of emerging and established entities, including nonprofits, churches, schools, local, state, and the Federal government, providing top-notch technical, marketing, writing, event planning, traveling, and administrative services. She has worked alongside founders, CEOs, top-level executives, mayors, county executives, board and community members, attorneys, artists, producers, physicians, and a host of phenomenal people.

Early in her career, Williams wrote task reports, meeting summaries, and responded in writing to hundreds of public inquiries for several Federal agencies, especially DHHS and various Institutes within NIH, including NCI, (cancer), NHLBI, (heart, lung, and blood), NIDDK, (diabetes and digestive and kidney diseases), NINDS, (neurological disorders and stroke), and Dr. Anthony Fauci’s stepping ground, NIAID, (allergy and infectious diseases). 

Moreover, Williams has developed, designed, and disseminated a variety of advertising and marketing materials, such as playbills, press releases, content, flyers, and fact sheets for individuals and organizations, including Seven Lights Productions, Sisters4Sisters, Inc., Frederick County MD Government, the State of Maryland, Global Friendships, and the City of Mount Rainer, MD.

Williams’ writing experience also includes reporting for the County Globe in Frederick, Maryland, where her first interview with former heavyweight champion, ‘Smokin’ Joe Frazier, appeared on the front cover. As senior editor and reporter for HYPE Magazine, she interviewed and authored articles about local and national artists. Stevie Wonder, Patti Labelle, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, and Johnny Cochran are just a few famed entertainers she was privileged to interview. Williams also wrote online articles for WOL, the flagship radio station for Radio One.

Currently, Williams provides technical, marketing, event planning, writing, and administrative services to companies and individuals. She promotes businesses and artists on her website, Blessings4All.com, with the mission to connect communities as they "expect, receive, and be a blessing."

Made in “Hoagie City,” Williams left her Philadelphia hometown as a 20 year-young junior at Beaver College, (now Arcadia University), and transferred to Howard University. U-KNOW, the perfect place where nurturement, respect, appreciation, and love were ever present; lifelong friendships were formed; and self-love was practiced and mastered. Besides a short stay in Delaware for 2 years to give her favorite seniors, her beloved parents, some care and attention, Williams remained in the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia). Though writing is one of Williams’ first loves, her forever loves are her beautiful wombmates, her twin daughters, and her amazing grandchildren.  

The Dating Game: Connecting on a Physical, Mental, is Williams’ third book, the first one printed with an ISBN.