About

“Planting a seed is just a first step; what does it take to make it grow and can this growth be sustained through every season?”
― Monica L Williams

Creative Legacy Projects provides one-on-one support services that help clients bring ideas to life. We partner with innovative thinkers and cultural leaders to foster artistic engagement and  design inclusive, interactive, and individualized blueprints for projects. Creative Legacy Projects operates on three fundamental principles: cultivate, design, and inspire.

Cultivate

  • Ideas are a way of life. Not just thoughts. They are born out of passion, nurtured with dedication and brought to life with perseverance. Creative Legacy Projects helps clients cultivate their ideas through interactive and customized coaching, workshops and partnerships with innovative thinkers and cultural organizations

Design

  • A caterpillar metamorphoses into a breathtakingly beautiful butterfly and achieves its true potential. Similarly, Creative Legacy Projects, partners with its clients to actualize their ideas creating the infrastructure, action steps, and framework to support the idea in flight.

Inspire

  • It takes great courage to convert ideas into opportunities and a passionate drive to persevere with them. Creative Legacy Projects understands the time and energy it takes to bring ideas to life. We value a process that inspires our clients creative leadership and encourage practices that build on growth capacity over time.

Testimonials

“Working with Monica to reach the next level of growth for Bailey’s Cafe was truly a gift.  Not only does she bring her deep understanding of the creative process, community building and organizational development but Monica also has a unique understanding of the needs, challenges and strengths of grassroots organizations working on social justice issues through an arts focus.  She models the type of leadership necessary to reconcile the needs of the community with the infrastructural demands of maintaining a healthy, vibrant organization.”  Stefanie Siegal, Executive Director, Bailey’s Cafe, Brooklyn, NY

“A thoughtful and thought provoking perspective to ‘Saved’ and my artistic process.  Our sessions were an anchor and I’m grateful for the focus and support that came from that.” Kara Lynch, Artistic Visionary, ‘Saved’, Harlem, NY

Monica guided the development and curriculum of an innovative project focused on creating arts activities with children and families in the visitors lobby of the local jail in Louisville. She excels in every stage of project development: conceptualization, realization, identifying allies, coalition building, guiding new learning and problem solving. She is a great colleague and co-worker!” Judi Jennings, Director Special Project, Louisville, KY