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Malachy Williams

A 2011 recipient of the McDonald’s Black Media Legends award, Malachy Marie Williams is a seasoned television writer/producer and four-time Emmy nominee with over 20 years of media experience. She is also the Associate Minister of Worship & the Arts at the First Baptist Church of Cranford/Elizabeth in New Jersey, where her love of the arts and theology are integrated into her liturgical-lifestyle.

Malachy obtained a Masters of Arts (MA) in Dance and Dance Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and a Masters of Theology (Th.M) from Dallas Theological Seminary with a concentration in Media Arts in Ministry and personal interest in liturgical theology. Her gifts of writing, storytelling, dance and choreography have allowed her to write and implement two dance curricula for children. Occasionally, she participates as a Teaching Artist for the New York City Ballet’s Education Department where she facilitates creative movement exercises with children of all ages and backgrounds.

As an artist, Malachy has also taught liturgical dance on the seminary certificate level and continues to conduct workshops at churches, retreats and conferences. As a minister of the Gospel, Malachy’s compassion for others is evident in her volunteer service at the historic Bowery Mission in downtown New York City where she preaches quarterly chapel messages to help encourage those who are homeless but not hopeless. As an educator, she also serves as a Masters of Divinity Teaching Fellow and Adjunct Professor at New York Theological Seminary where she teaches introductory courses to Theology and Christian Education.

In addition to her full-time status as Sales Promotions/Marketing Producer for New York’s only duopoly, Malachy is currently a PhD student in Educational Studies at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University in La Mirada, California. She enjoys life, learning and sharing with others.