Andrew Williams Jr.

Andrew Williams, CEO, Andrew Networks

Andrew Williams Jr. lives a life dedicated to delivering globally sourced regenerative solutions localizing sustainable development goals that progress social equity outcomes for people, the ecology, and the planet, to “leave no one behind”. Best known for philanthropic endeavors as a Goodwill Ambassador for an expanding network of social impact projects in multiple sectors, through “Andrew Networks”, Andrew develops, influences and coordinates strategic alliance outcomes for tribes, nations, nongovernmental organizations, agencies, businesses, projects, communities of peoples and individuals locally and globally.


The PARXTC Export Trading Company, Inc., functions as a strategic alliance coordinator for a close-knit assortment of sovereign, corporate, civil society, indigenous, tribal, social enterprise and groups from around the world to do business in and through the United States of America and its Territories.

Andrew has been Community Relations Director for the Compton, California-based Preparedness and Awareness for Community Resiliency in Emergencies and Disasters ( founded by Lady Alicia Hamilton for whose UC-TRN Network Andrew is a Member of the Board of Advisors, and which broadcasts globally relevant content and resources via the Disaster Awareness, Planning and Preparation (DAPP911) channel.

About His Organization

PACRED Mission: To educate residents and stakeholders within their local communities on the importance of disaster awareness and preparedness by ensuring emergency planning, training and resources are available and accessible to everyone regardless of age, gender, race, religion or affluence.


Locally, nationally and internationally, Andrew champions the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction alongside the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals via the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) as a Member since 2014 in his capacity as President of the Five Points Youth Foundation and Founder/Chairperson of its Ad Hoc International Advisory Board of Goodwill Ambassadors (AHAIBGA). He recently “syndicated” AHIABGA as Chairperson of the SAGA Foundation’s International Advisory Board, with a June 23, 2020 grand opening in Lagos, Nigeria by CEO Shola Agboola. AHIABGA is dedicated to expanding the UNGC Local Network throughout Nigeria, Continent-wide and globally.


The SAGA Foundation in a strategic alliance collaboration with the USA based Edfu Foundation, Five Points Youth Foundation and The Revelation Network, Nigeria-based World Humanitarian Organization for Peace and Equity (WHOPE), the Kenya based Centre for African Volunteers (CAVAFRICA), and others who agreed to enter into a mutual confidential business relationship for the purpose of establishing a strategic alliance collaboration as to researching, identifying, establishing, monitoring and managing local, regional, national and international socio-economic development projects for the betterment of humankind.


Most relevant to this collaboration with the Association for Health, Safety, Environmental Awareness International (A-HSEAI), Andrew has, since 2011, been Lifetime Member of the Black Emergency Managers Association (BEMA) International and is championing its membership throughout Africa, the Caribbean and the worldwide Diaspora.


BEMA International provides information, networking, educational & professional development opportunities, and to advance the emergency management and homeland security profession within Black, Latino, African-Descent, disenfranchised, and vulnerable population communities worldwide.

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