Williams Appointed to Ohio Legislative Black Caucus Foundation Board

Taft Director of Public Affairs Clifton Williams has been appointed to the board of directors of the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus Foundation. The Ohio Legislative Black Caucus (OLBC) Foundation’s mission is to advance Ohio’s Black community through educational research, developing community leaders, facilitating public policy development, and analyzing issues of social and economic importance. The Foundation Board is composed of former members of the Ohio General Assembly and community leaders.

Joining Williams as new appointees to the OLBC Foundation board are Charles Hillman, president and CEO of the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority; Crystal Davis, senior Midwest regional director for the National Parks Conservation Association; and Nikki Joy Williams, chief of staff/VP of community relations for the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency.

Williams is director of public affairs for Taft’s Public Affairs Strategies Group, the multidisciplinary government relations team that represents corporations, small and medium-sized companies, nonprofit organizations, and associations with matters before federal, state, and local legislative and executive branches of government. Prior to joining Taft, he served as District Director for Ohio’s 11th Congressional District, the Office of Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge.

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