Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Founder and Chief Executive Officer Robyn Williams is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of ChoiceCenter Leadership University, a leader in the field of EQ, personal development and leadership training designed for people in pursuit of personal excellence who want to take their lives to the next level of success. Professional Trainer and Master Coach Robyn is a professionally trained Master Facilitator and a Master Coach who specializes in Leadership and Business development. Robyn designs and delivers custom business trainings for organizations, corporations, and governments throughout the U.S. She has an coaching clientele that includes an NBA team owner, multiple Fortune 500 C-level executives, resort owners, entrepreneurs, restaurant owners, investment bankers, developers, doctors, and spa owners, to name a few. Since 1998, Robyn’s coaching clientele have all been generated by referral. The results she creates with her clients are so immediate and lasting, her reputation spreads quickly from one corporation to another. Robyn limits herself to eight personal coaching clients at a time, which often creates a waiting list for her expertise. Commitment to Philanthropy Since founding ChoiceCenter in 1998, Robyn has included community giving in the Center’s Leadership Legacy curriculum. Using the same EQ technology she applies to coaching, Robyn has led more than 150 Leadership teams to complete Legacy projects that produce well over $100,000 to charity each class. Annually, ChoiceCenter Leadership teams collectively donate between $750,000 and $2.5 million to organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, Shade Tree Shelter, St. Jude’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army, Street Teens, Feed the Children, Child Haven and many other hard working charities. An Entrepreneurial Background Prior to opening ChoiceCenter, Robyn was a successful entrepreneur and has owned her own companies since she was 20 years old. Her first business was an insurance brokerage that expanded from San Diego to Las Vegas, and grew to be the largest in Southern Nevada within just two years.