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Families reach out to Williams Educational Consultants for all things academic including selecting the appropriate independent day school; choosing the best college fit; finding the right graduate program or setting appropriate academic, career or life goals. Wendy works with your student to make sure that his or her interests; personality factors and academic endeavors connect to enforce a positive educational experience. Her process assists young adults with discovering interpersonal and professional clarity through tools and techniques that allow for personal growth.

In addition to helping families with their student's educational goals, Williams Educational Consultants offers organizations, schools, companies and parents an opportunity to learn more about college admissions, the independent day school process and many other topics through presentations and classes. In 2020, WEC launched The OWL Institute to provide an Opportunity for Wisdom and Leadership! Follow The Owl Institute on Facebook and other social media outlets.

Please contact Wendy Williams, Educational Consultant to learn more on how she can help you!

As quoted in the Atlanta Business Chronicle:

“I'm there to guide and assist the student’s growth in the admissions process and help them see what choices there are,” she said. “This is about giving power to individuals, helping them define who they are and who they can become. Families and students get so stuck with the fears and angst that they lose sight of their own values. But it’s very much a game, a puzzle you have to put together very carefully over time.”