Phillip Williams Biography
Phillip B. Williams was born in Chicago, Illinois and earned his MFA from Washington University, where he was a Chancellor’s Graduate Fellow. .Williams is a Cave Canem graduate and the poetry editor of the online journal Vinyl Poetry. He is the recipient of a Whiting Award and teaches at Bennington College.
Phillip Personal Life
In 2009, Phillip shifted gears and became a Realtor. Recently, he joined Pirate Homes and Realty in Greenville. Phillip has helped more than 40 families buy homes. For fun, Phillip loves sports, mainly as a spectator. He has been commissioner of his fantasy football league for nearly 15 years. Phillip also has some tennis trophies he won many years ago. He says they have collected a lot of dust. Phillip loves music, trading stocks, surf fishing, movies and watching meteor showers.
Williams Early Life
Phillip joined WITN after being the chief meteorologist for another local television station for 21 years. Phillip grew up in Rocky Mount, North Carolina and knew he would become a meteorologist at around the age of 5 or 6. “Meteorologist” was the first big word he learned. As a young child, he fell off his older brother’s bike right before a hailstorm hit with golf ball sized hail. He and the weather were both upset and he felt they were somehow connected. Phillip learned all he could about the weather after that. He listened to his Grandfather Williams tell stories about sun dogs, August gusts hurricanes, and the big snowstorms of the 1920s.
Mr. Phillip Williams, also known as Phil, PE, and LEED AP, serves as a Vice President of Webcor Construction LP. Mr. Williams serves as Vice President of Webcor, LP. He serves as an Advisor of Navitas Capital. He serves as an Industry Advisor of Integrity Block, Inc. He heads both Webcor’s Sustainability and Systems Engineering groups and serves as the Chairman of the San Francisco Mayor’s Green Building Task Force. He has been President of Business Development at Delos Living,
Phillip Williams Career
Thief in the Interior was the winner of the 2017 Kate Tufts Discovery Award and the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Poetry at the 29th Lambda Literary Awards. In 2017 Williams was awarded a Whiting Award for Poetry.
Bruised Gospels (Arts in Bloom Inc., 2011),
Burn (YesYes Books, 2013),
Thief in the Interior (Alice James Books, 2016).
Jericho Brown (ed) Prime: poetry & conversation, Alexander, AR: Sibling Rivalry Press, 2014
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Phillip Williams Education
Phillip earned a BS degree in Meteorology from North Carolina State University in 1987 and was awarded as the Outstanding Graduating Senior in Meteorology. Phillip became the chief meteorologist with the CBS station in Greenville in 1988. In 1998, Phillip shared his fascination with the weather by teaching a “Weather and Climate” course at East Carolina University while continuing his television career. One of the highlights of that time was being invited to the White House to attend a seminar on global warming and hear private speeches by the President and Vice President. Phillip attended several international weather conferences and has represented coastal North Carolina at a Governor’s Hurricane Conference.
Phillip Deonte Williams, born on May 18th, 1995 in Arkadelphia, AR. He is the son of Phillip and Felise Williams and attended Comeaux High School. He excelled as an infielder as well as a pitcher. His whole life he has chosen the number 1 because it was the smallest jersey. When he is not on the baseball field he is studying accounting.
Phillip is happily single and without children.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Friday evening, transgender activists, many from Casa Ruby, a non-profit community center for LGBTQIA people and immigrants, held a vigil to call for an end to violence and harassment against trans women of color in the Washington, D.C., area.
This month, Zoe Spears, a 23-year-old black trans woman, was murdered in a Maryland suburb close to D.C. The murder took place in Fairmont Heights, in an area along Eastern Avenue where another black trans woman in her 20s, Ashanti Carmon, was also killed in March. The area is known as a gathering place for sex workers.
Nationally, Spears was the 10th trans woman to have been murdered in 2019. All of them have been black.