Williams is a native of Piggot, Arkansas. She is currently a junior at Piggot High School where she is dual-enrolled in college courses. In addition to her academics, Williams is also heavily involved in extracurricular activities.
Williams is a member of the tennis team where she is the highest ranked female singles player. She also holds a District II leadership position in Future Business Leaders of America, shows cattle and competes in Parliamentary Procedure with her school’s chapter of Future Farmers of America. After high school, Williams hopes to double major in Political Science and Criminology to pursue a law degree.
Williams has been described as a trailblazer for youth political involvement. She currently resides on Senator John Boozman’s Congressional Youth Cabinet and worked as campaign manager on her father’s winning city council and mayoral elections. She has worked in the Arkansas State House with the Arkansas House of Representatives and Senate on both Republican and Democratic sides with legislators, pushing to pass bills to improve heart health for Arkansans.
Williams started in her first major pageant in 2017. She entered the 2017 Miss, Mrs. and Miss Teen Arkansas International Pageant. She won the title of Miss Teen Arkansas International 2017 as well as the Most Photogenic and Overall Evening Gown awards.
Winning her state title gave Williams the opportunity to advance to the 2017 Miss Teen International Pageant. She was named to the Top 5, placing as fourth runner-up. She also won the Most Photogenic Award.
After crowning her successor, Miss Teen Arkansas International 2018, Ali Jones, Williams entered the 2019 Miss Arkansas Teen USA Pageant. On her first try at the title, she was crowned Miss Arkansas Teen USA 2019 on November 18, 2018 at the Fort Smith Convention Center located in Fort Smith Arkansas. She also won the Most Photogenic and Overall Evening Gown awards.
Williams will go on to compete for the title of Miss Teen USA 2019.