About Becca Williams
she/her/hers: why pronouns matter
Technologist/entrepreneur, artist/maker, social enterprise founder, mama, lifelong learner, prolific reader and sharer, scanner and multipotentialite, snowboarder-skier, hiker, traveler, consultant, connector, Associate Real Estate Broker (inactive, but licensed), thought partner, NFT minter and metaverse explorer, solopreneur, wife, rural community contributor, 40-something, multi-hyphenate, empathetic, compassionate, LEGO SERIOUS PLAY, Scrum facilitating, researching and architecting, certified yoga instructor, former classroom teacher, former photojournalist, intrapreneuring, domain collecting, idea generating, nerdy human.
Why this site?
I’ve built a two-decades+ career in many disciplines without ever really fitting in. I’ve always felt like I was swimming upstream, against the currents of conventions and status quo, and not completely understood because my many interests and passions don’t make sense in a specialist world, where most people occupy a single job title at a time.
Certain things, ideas, thoughts felt like they didn’t have a place elsewhere. I wanted an online home where my creative soul could shine in all its polymath splendor.
I started to wonder what the “FU money,” sparkliest, most dazzling, creativist, uncensored, out of my own way, Web44.3 version of myself might look like. So, I registered one more domain of an already too-long list. Thanks for being here.