Doug Williams is an attorney with Maynard, Cooper & Gale, P.C. in Birmingham, Alabama, specializing in public and project finance. An English major with a lifelong love of language and story, he enjoys writing feature-length screenplays, with five under his belt and a sixth on the way. Doug and his wife, Patti, have been active members at Canterbury United Methodist Church since 1991. They have three adult children and are enjoying the freedom of empty nesting.
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Doug shares with us how his middle high school football coach opened leadership accessibility to him. Doug tells us how his tough coach sincerely cared him, engrained in him a strong work ethic and pushed him to understand the power of grit to finding success in life. Doug now applies these principles as he mentors young lawyers , modeling his mentor’s nurturing manner, by guiding them to excellence in their career and life at the firm.
Contact Doug at 205.413.6939 or connect with him on LinkedIn HERE.
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