MY STORY

I have spent the past decade supporting individuals from various backgrounds to successfully start and grow their business. I have a strong passion for addressing the inequality that exists in business by championing female entrepreneurship and will donate 10% of my income to tackle child poverty and give children and low-income families a brighter future.

Founder of Behind Her Dreams, a support organisation for entrepreneurial women, Justice Williams MBE is a multi-award winning entrepreneur, business coach and trainer, who helps individuals to create their lifestyle by design and leverage the power of entrepreneurship to start and scale their business.

An inspirational and international keynote and motivational speaker, Justice was awarded an MBE at the age of 28 for Services to young people in Birmingham and secured a place on Birmingham’s Power 50, a list of powerful and influential leaders in the city. Justice has featured in Cosmopolitan, Red, OK and Pride magazine, the Metro 60 Second interview and many reputable newspapers including the Birmingham Post, The Guardian and The Times.

With a career spanning more than a decade as an enterprise expert and business coach, Justice supports startups, micro-businesses and social entrepreneurs. Starting in 2004 working within a non-profit as a volunteer, she has worked with over 3000 individuals. 

In 2010 Justice was appointed a UK global ambassador for Levi Strauss, the iconic denim company to lead an international campaign ‘Shape What’s to Come’ to provide mentoring and support for young women across the world. Justice was selected as the only ambassador selected outside of the capital and one of 20 worldwide.

Early 2011 saw her third invitation to 10 Downing St to celebrate International Women’s Day and this time was joined by David and Samantha Cameron and the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Clients and public speaking engagements include the House of Commons, Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Natwest Business, Santander, Deloitte, Levi Strauss, Dazed Magazine, Nokia, Edelman PR, Birmingham City University, University of Birmingham, University College Birmingham, Lloyds Banking Group. PwC, School for Social Entrepreneurs and various schools and colleges across the country. 

Justice

Founder of Behind Her Dreams, a support organisation for entrepreneurial women, Justice Williams MBE is a multi-award winning entrepreneur, business coach and trainer, who helps individuals to create their lifestyle by design and leverage the power of entrepreneurship to start and scale their business.

An inspirational and international keynote and motivational speaker, Justice was awarded an MBE at the age of 28 for Services to young people in Birmingham and secured a place on Birmingham’s Power 50, a list of powerful and influential leaders in the city. Justice has featured in Cosmopolitan, Red, OK and Pride magazine, the Metro 60 Second interview and many reputable newspapers including the Birmingham Post, The Guardian and The Times.

With a career spanning more than a decade as an enterprise expert and business coach, Justice supports startups, micro-businesses and social entrepreneurs. Starting in 2004 working within a non-profit as a volunteer, she has worked with over 3000 individuals. 

In 2010 Justice was appointed a UK global ambassador for Levi Strauss, the iconic denim company to lead an international campaign ‘Shape What’s to Come’ to provide mentoring and support for young women across the world. Justice was selected as the only ambassador selected outside of the capital and one of 20 worldwide.

Early 2011 saw her third invitation to 10 Downing St to celebrate International Women’s Day and this time was joined by David and Samantha Cameron and the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Clients and public speaking engagements include the House of Commons, Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Natwest Business, Santander, Deloitte, Levi Strauss, Dazed Magazine, Nokia, Edelman PR, Birmingham City University, University of Birmingham, University College Birmingham, Lloyds Banking Group. PwC, School for Social Entrepreneurs and various schools and colleges across the country. 

Recognition + Awards

MBE for Services to Young People in Birmingham

– Queen’s Birthday Honours 

Most Inspirational Woman of the Year

– Cosmopolitan Magazine

50 Remarkable Women

– Nokia

Keynote Speaker of the Year

– Pathway2Grow Awards

30th on Birmingham's POWER 50

– Birmingham Post 

Woman to Watch Award WInner

– Red Magazine

Speaker

– TEDx Birmingham

Entrepreneur of the Year

– BEXLive Business Awards