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Elizabeth Williams

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Elizabeth Olatayo Williams is a British-born Nigerian American basketball player for the Atlanta Dream of the Women’s National Basketball Association. She is currently the longest standing member of the Atlanta, has appeared in 176 games with 153 starts, and was named a WNBA All-Star in 2017. Williams is currently playing overseas for Botaş Spor in Turkey during the WNBA offseason  Before being drafted in 2015, Williams played her college career at Duke University, where she was the first four-time AP All-American in ACC history, eighth ever in NCAA history.

Williams dedicated the 2020 WNBA season to social justice initiatives, which included the Black Lives Matter movement and the #SayHerName campaign. When US Senator Kelly Loeffeler, who was also a co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, Williams led her team in the effort to rebuke Loeffeler. Additionally, Williams serves as secretary of the WNBA Players Association. In her role with the union’s Executive Committee, Williams helped guide the effort to endorse Raphael Warnock, Loeffler’s opponent and eventual winner of the Georgia Senate runoff election on January 5, 2021.