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Marie-Christine Williams




Marie-Christine Williams's journey from surviving the Rwanda Massacre to becoming a beacon of hope and resilience is nothing short of extraordinary.

Born into a family with a history of surviving the Holocaust, Marie-Christine's own survival of the 100 Day Bloodbath in Kigali at the age of 14 is a testament to her strength and resilience. Despite enduring unimaginable trauma and undergoing over 20 surgeries, Marie-Christine refused to let her past define her. Instead, she turned her pain into purpose, empowering people around the world with her story of triumph and resilience.

As a Keynote Speaker, author and founder of MCW Hope for Life, Marie-Christine has dedicated her life to sharing her story and spreading hope and healing. Through her speaking engagements, book, and nonprofit organization, she inspires audiences to overcome adversity and make a positive impact in their communities. Marie-Christine's work has not gone unnoticed, as she has been feature in the media numerous times for her courage and resilience. From sharing her story on news outlets to being recognized in written media, she continues to shine a light on the importance of resilience and compassion in the face of tragedy.

Through MCW Hope for Life, Marie-Christine is putting her compassion into action by bringing influencers and everyday people together to provide hope and support to those in need. From collecting money and cloths to offering resources for sick and dying children and their families, she is making a tangible difference in the lives of others. 

Marie-Christine William's journey from survivor to advocate is a powerful testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Through her speaking engagements, writing, and nonprofit work, she continues to inspire and empower others to find hope and healing in the midst of adversity.


Part one of the interview with author, speaker and survivor Marie-Christine Williams.

Part one of the interview with author, speaker and survivor Marie-Christine Williams.

Sherry Farmer interviews Marie-Christine Williams on Morning Blend St. Louis

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