Mark T. Williams II was born in Houston, TX on the 2nd of November 1990, and is the second child of Mark and Susan Williams. After graduating from George Washington Carver for Applied Technology, Engineering and the Arts in 2008, Mark obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Baylor University in Waco Texas. While there, he joined Tau Kappa Epsilon in 2009 and in 2012 he enlisted as a Combat Engineer in the United States Army, completing his degree in May of 2013. Mark has worked in customer service, sales, marketing, recruitment and within the food & beverage industry. In 2014 Mark entered the University of Houston to pursue a Masters of Science in industrial design while working as a Design & Research Intern at Smith & Company Architects. During his time at the University of Houston, he was a graduate of both the national and regional cohorts of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Program and Captain of the University of Houston’s Rugby team during their first year on the D1A level within the Red River Conference. Mark hopes to pursue a fulfilling career in education and design with a focus on educational systems, educational products, and educational environments.
He is an author by chance who stumbled upon publication through a series of events that culminated in the creation of his first book. An accumulation of the moments lived and lessons learned; the writings composed were based on the past five years of the author's life and experiences following his personal journey through heartbreak, depression, self-love, and the understanding of the many manifestations of love. Follow his Journey on Instagram @marktwilliamsii
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