Heidi Williamson is the Advocacy and Membership Coordinator for SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective. She is responsible for issue advocacy and education in Atlanta, Georgia on issues around reproductive health. Heidi’s position at SisterSong allows her blend two lifelong passions: social activism and empowering women of color through education and advocacy.
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Prior to her position with SisterSong, she was a political organizer in the labor movement organizing public sector workers with Services Employee International Union (SEIU). During her tenure there, she developed a statewide member political program, created a local Political Action Fund, and, lobbied on behalf of the 80,000 state employees throughout Georgia.
Since 1999 she has worked with several organizations that prioritize and empower women throughout Georgia. While President of NARAL GA Education Foundation, she developed programming for women of color and teens. She also worked for 9 to 5, the National Association of Working Women, where she helped coordinate the Atlanta Living Wage Campaign.
Heidi is a graduate of Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and African American Studies.