SheHive KeyHolder & Founding Member
A graduate of Wayne State University, Ber-Henda Williams is a teacher, poet and entrepreneur. Known affectionately as “B”, Ber-Henda is an ambassador to the arts. She is a femolutionary, television and film producer, youth advocate, public speaker and lover of humanity. Williams, fluent in Spanish, has performed translations and interpretations for corporations and educational institutions.
Ber-Henda Williams is also a workshop facilitator and former radio personality for The Honey B Chronicles on 102.3 FM CST Radio on the campus of U of D Mercy. As a freelance journalist for The Detroit News, Williams has written pieces that have appeared in the paper. Her television credits include: CW 50 Community Correspondent, Co-Producer at Channel 15 for Poetry, Pages, and Scribes and serving as a consultant on the spoken-word documentary, Televising a Revolution of Spoken Word in Detroit.
“The pen is her sword,” is Ber-Henda’s motto and her name’s Germanic and Greek origins translate to mean “Bear-Hearted Protector.” Ber-Henda is also the founder of Poetry, Pages, and Scribes, a monthly poetry series at the Southfield Public Library and The Power of Girlhood, a quarterly forum for girls and young women.
Ber-Henda is a talented speaker, performer, host and writer. She has heart for community and culture.