Eric Hollister Williams

Managing Principal

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Eric Hollister Williams is a communications and public affairs strategist with over 15 years of experience working for corporations, foundations, members of Congress and celebrity and high-profile influencers.

At Precision, Eric has focused on supporting corporate, non-profit and advocacy clients design and execute strategic communications plans on a range of issues. His portfolio of work includes gun violence prevention, health care and climate change, energy innovation — all focused on raising state-level to national awareness and achieving sustained policy change.

Eric joined Precision from Fenton where he was a vice president overseeing a broad portfolio focused on the 2018 midterm elections, education, public lands, global health, human rights, and child welfare. Prior to his time at Fenton, Eric served as a special projects director for the Ohio Coordinated Campaign as part of Hillary for America. Before that, Eric was a senior director at williamsworks, a social impact and philanthropic advisory firm based in Seattle. At williamsworks, Eric advised and led accounts for Eastern Congo Initiative, Glamour (The Girl Project), TOMS, Gatorade, Starkey Hearing Foundation, Save the Children Action Network, and Nike Foundation, among others.

From 2011 to 2014, Eric served as the democratic staff director for the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations and was a foreign policy aid to Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA). Prior to working on Capitol Hill, Eric was a senior policy associate at Physicians for Human Rights where he led the international civil society coalition, Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative, funded by the World Health Organization. Eric began his career at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Eric holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowdoin College and master’s in public health from Columbia University.

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@Gimletmedia

Article everyone should read:

Emergency Sex and Other Desperate Measures: A True Story From Hell On Earth — a must read for dreamers seeking to save the world.

Favorite app:

Clash of Clans

Eric Hollister Williams

Managing Principal

Connect: Email

Social media must-follow:

@Gimletmedia

Article everyone should read:

Emergency Sex and Other Desperate Measures: A True Story From Hell On Earth — a must read for dreamers seeking to save the world.

Favorite app:

Clash of Clans

Eric Hollister Williams is a communications and public affairs strategist with over 15 years of experience working for corporations, foundations, members of Congress and celebrity and high-profile influencers.

At Precision, Eric has focused on supporting corporate, non-profit and advocacy clients design and execute strategic communications plans on a range of issues. His portfolio of work includes gun violence prevention, health care and climate change, energy innovation — all focused on raising state-level to national awareness and achieving sustained policy change.

Eric joined Precision from Fenton where he was a vice president overseeing a broad portfolio focused on the 2018 midterm elections, education, public lands, global health, human rights, and child welfare. Prior to his time at Fenton, Eric served as a special projects director for the Ohio Coordinated Campaign as part of Hillary for America. Before that, Eric was a senior director at williamsworks, a social impact and philanthropic advisory firm based in Seattle. At williamsworks, Eric advised and led accounts for Eastern Congo Initiative, Glamour (The Girl Project), TOMS, Gatorade, Starkey Hearing Foundation, Save the Children Action Network, and Nike Foundation, among others.

From 2011 to 2014, Eric served as the democratic staff director for the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations and was a foreign policy aid to Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA). Prior to working on Capitol Hill, Eric was a senior policy associate at Physicians for Human Rights where he led the international civil society coalition, Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative, funded by the World Health Organization. Eric began his career at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Eric holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowdoin College and master’s in public health from Columbia University.

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