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Kenneth Cheadle


Dec 17, 2019

There are many moments that impact our lives, some bringing joy and, others, utter devastation. 

But, consider this — moments can be transformed into movements.  

Intrigued? 

Learn how, on today’s The Adverse Effect where we talk to ‘movement maker’ and lobbyist Terri B. Williams.    

Terri has had many profound moments that shaped her life and she has used them to excel. From lobbying to pass the Louisiana Smoke-Free Air Act (restricting smoking in public spaces) to the pinnacle moment when her father died, transforming her approach to work and life whilst re-evaluating the importance of being present. 

I had to be real with myself and know that I am still the same person if I don’t hit those goals.  — Terri B Williams 

Today on The Adverse Effect: 

  • The political hierarchy of waiting your turn  
  • Insight into lobbying 
  • The need for diverse representation in politics  
  • Terri’s process of reflection after the death of her father 
  • Recovering from being a perfectionist 

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