Meet the Team
Get to know the family that brings Angel Hands Art Foundation to life.
President and Founder
Born at 26 weeks gestation and weighing a mere 1.15 ounces, Savanna Williams demonstrated a true warrior spirit of determination to live.
At the age of three, Savanna developed a passion to paint. Along with it came the desire to use her artistic talents to help raise money for charitable organizations.
With supportive parents cheering her on, Savanna founded Angel Hands Arts Foundation, a 501 (C)(3) organization that aims to make a big difference in the Kansas City community and the world.
When not painting and changing the world Savanna indulges in her first love, dance. She's an award-winning hip-hop competitive dancer and is currently a member of the dance team at Pulse Performing Arts Center. Savanna enjoys taking classes with the Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey summer camp.
She is transitioning from the artist to the business side of charity work but still enjoys working with the youth.
Mrs. NICOLE WILLIAMS
Executive Director, Founding Member
Nicole Williams values the mission of the organization and works to see it fulfilled. She served in the same capacity five years before the organization becoming a 501(c)(3).
After 20 + years in corporate management and the birth of her premature daughter, Nicole changed career paths and began to focus on serving marginalized children. She works alongside her husband (Brian) and daughter (Savanna) to complete the mission of the organization; making living better for the children they serve.
Nicole has worked as an Energy Manager for mare than 10 years with her current role at Navitas ESCO. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. and US Green Building Council. She has served on the boards of South Kansas City Alliance and the City and Community Assistance Council. She is a former member of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, and the Leadership South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce.
Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Affectionately known to everyone as BDub, Brian brings a wealth of marketing and public relations knowledge from the corporate world as well as his 10 plus years in radio.
Brian served as the March of Dimes Communications Director following his daughter's 72-day fight for life in the NICU. His daughter's mission to change the lives of the youth through art inspires and drives him to advocate for the Foundation every single day.
When not building relationships on behalf of Angel Hands Art you can find Brian working his craft on his other passion, BDub's BBQ, his family-owned food truck business home to some of the best BBQ in KC.