Kevin L. Williams channels years of expertise into his work with Schneider Electric
ATLANTA, GA, November 07, 2023 — Kevin L. Williams has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected based on current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all considered during the selection process.
Backed by years of professional expertise in business management, Mr. Williams presently excels as the Global Alliance Manager for Schneider Electric USA, Inc., which specializes in providing energy management and industrial automation solutions. In this capacity, he utilizes Secure Power’s product portfolio to provide support for such clients as Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Hewlett Packard Incorporated. Previously, Mr. Williams worked as an End User Automation Sales Executive and Industrial Sales Executive for Schneider Electric.
During the early stages of his career, Mr. Williams gained valuable expertise in sales management, systems technology, and engineering with DSI, Mitchell Sales Agency, and Johnson Controls. Likewise, he dedicated himself to his country as a Third-, Second-, and First-Class Petty Officer in the United States Navy. Alongside his work, Mr. Williams contributes to his community as a mentor for 100 Black Men of North Metro Atlanta, Inc. and as an adviser with Kennesaw State University’s Collegiate 100.
As an expert in his field, Mr. Williams earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Strayer University. Subsequently, he expanded upon his professional knowledge, which afforded him the opportunity to acquire an Executive MBA from Kennesaw State University’s Michael J. Coles College of Business. In addition, Mr. Williams completed coursework in computer and information systems security and information assurance through Georgia Southern University. While his career has been filled with highlights, Mr. Williams takes the most pride in being a mentor for 11- to 18-year-old young men through 100 Black Men of North Metro Atlanta.
In conjunction with hard work and dedication in his career, Mr. Williams credits his success to having an unwavering faith and a close-knit group of friends who serve as a moral compass and a source of motivation. Looking towards the future, he intends to embark upon his career’s continued growth and success. Within the next five to ten years, Mr. Williams aims to expand his mentorship activities within 100 Black Men, pave the way for others, and harness his expertise to drive positive change.