Emory Williamson

 Emory Williamson (he/him/his) has worked in the education field for the past decade and currently manages a $27.5 million scholarship program at the Community Foundation of Louisville in Louisville, Ky. Before his current role, Emory worked with Teach For America as a teacher in Mississippi and Tennessee, as a coach for new teachers, and started TFA’s first mental health affinity group. Emory has lived with mental illness since childhood and has served as a strong advocate for mental health by giving speeches, leading workshops, publishing editorials, and serving as a Board member for several mental health nonprofits. Emory currently co-hosts a radio show/podcast dedicated to mental health called “Two Nuts in a Pod.” Emory enjoys traveling, writing, reading, and socially distanced walks with friends.

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