Robbia Williams

Robbia J. Williams is a dedicated and compassionate professional with a strong background in the nonprofit sector and a passion for serving the public. With over ten years of experience, Robbia has honed excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Always striving for exceptional service, Robbia has been instrumental in providing feedback to improve processes and ensuring that any unresolved issues are efficiently directed to the appropriate resources.

Currently, Robbia holds multiple significant positions that highlight a commitment to helping others. As the Recovery House Coordinator at Columbus House, Robbia was responsible for hiring, training, and supervising emergency shelter residential staff. Additionally, as the Warming Center Site Coordinator at Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen, Robbia coordinates with partnering agencies to provide essential services to clients during overnight hours. In another capacity as a Case Manager for PATH Outreach & Engagement at Columbus House, Robbia performs outreach duties, offers transportation to appointments, and assists clients in articulating and achieving their recovery goals.

Robbia’s dedication to making a positive impact in the community extends beyond professional roles. Active in volunteer activities, Robbia has contributed to various initiatives, including providing free haircuts at the Norwalk Shelter and participating in fundraising and charity events.

Robbia’s educational background includes an Associate of Science in Marketing from Norwalk Community College. Combined with extensive work experience and a strong commitment to service, Robbia J. Williams continues to be a driving force in creating positive change and helping others on their paths to recovery and personal growth.