NashvilleBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Patrycya King Williams

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Patrycya King Williams, a Nashville native born into an iconic music family, acquired an aptitude for reading music and playing instruments at a young age. However, Patrycya’s expertise transcends the realm of music: Her experience as a Marketing and Public Relations Manager in a Fortune 500 company served not only as a building block to strengthen her own corporate dexterity, but also as a catalyst in constructing her own company, PK Williams Enterprises. As CEO, she is multifaceted and instrumental in creating opportunities for her clients through brand development, planning/execution of tours, securing speaking engagements, and creating extensive marketing proposals. She scouts talented aspirants for stage plays, independent films, and local/national television appearances. Her services also include brand building for small business owners, non-profit, and for profit companies.

Since Patrycya took on her first independent artist in 2010, bringing his career to new heights as his Marketing and Public Relations Manager and Tour Manager, she has secured numerous deals for clients to open for major artists, perform the National Anthem on national television, and for an NBA/CBA player and sports clinic camp. In addition, Patrycya’s clients have graced the covers of international books, been featured in magazines, and received consecutive nominations for awards.

Patrycya, aka “The Relationship Cultivator,” uses her niche for networking, along with nearly two decades of experience in the Music/Entertainment industry to afford longevity and fruition for each of her clients. Her talents have expanded into managing models, actors/actresses, stylists, authors, NFL, and WNBA professionals. Patrycya serves as a member of several organizations which include NABFEME (National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment), Tennessee Women’s Chamber of Commerce, and the Williamson County Chapter of Jack and Jill of America.

She was recognized as 2016’s “Business Leader of the Year,” and hosted Nashville’s first ever black tie event in 2017: The Power Moves Award Gala, where over 250 attendees took part in recognizing Nashville’s leaders in Entrepreneurship, Education, Philanthropy, and Community Advocacy.

As a passionate advocate for those suffering from Sickle Cell, Patrycya serves on Sickle Cell Foundation of Tennessee Advisory Council Board, and has held the “Sing For Sickle Cell” Benefit Concert for several years. Patrycya King Willams is highly-sought for her professionalism, experience, knowledge, leadership, and teamwork, all of which helps to make visions become reality for her clients. But, above all, she is a devoted wife and mother of three.

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