Mollie Williams is the eldest sibling of Natalie Williams. She attended the University of Washington on a basketball scholarship and graduated with a degree in sociology in 2012. After competing at the highest level of the NCAA, Mollie's career continued as a professional basketball player. Playing the game she loved, Mollie spent five years overseas with stops in Malta, Puerto Rico, France and Finland. She not only played the game she loved, she appreciated what it meant to be a team player and inspiring others.
Mollie had a passion for inspiring others which led her to coaching. She brings the same drive and spirit that her sister Natalie possessed into her work with young people and coaching. Mollie coaches two travel ball teams, So Cal Buzz and West Coast Elite.
The importance of service to community, instilled in all of the Williams' siblings by their parents, has taken root in Mollie. Working at the Byron Scott, Lorenzo Romar, and John Rambo basketball camps, as well as volunteer work for "Jeopardy", a program for at-risk youth sponsored through the Los Angeles Police Department, have all provided a platform.
Still connected as a player, the Drew League, a league that Natalie also participated in, is her home court these days.
In the spirit of laughter and love that her sister possessed, Mollie plans to carry on Natalie's legacy while inspiring, motivating, and changing lives.