Winston G. Williams is the founder of PS Focus, LLC, formerly WGW & Company. The company began in the legal industry in 1997 providing accounting software consulting and training. Today, the company provides management consulting services to a variety of industries.
In 2013, Mr. Williams co-founded the Capital City Black Film Festival with the mission to provide burgeoning Black filmmakers from across the nation an opportunity to showcase their works in one of the top cities in the United States for independent filmmakers, Austin, Texas. CCBFF also educates filmmakers on the vast resources available to them in Austin and in Texas. Mr. Williams serves as the Executive Director of the Capital City Black Film Festival.
In 2020 Mr. Williams re-launched his publishing company, Silver Box Publishing, LLC, as he prepared to to publish the much anticipated sequel to his memoir, Would You? Silver Box Publishing will also serve as a vanity press to tell the stories of those who never thought they could be an author. Mr. Williams believes that every human has at least one book in them with a story that should be told.
Also in 2020, Mr. Williams join two business film partners and created CWP Entertainment Management, LLC to take advantage of the incredible and talented filmmakers that come through CCBFF.
Mr. Williams obtained a BA from the University of Texas at Austin. He completed post graduate courses at Texas State University. He is passionate about serving the community and has served as Spectrum Theatre Company’s Board of Directors as Treasurer and Vice President; Texas Exes Black Alumni Network Board of Directors (past Treasurer); Austin Public (Austin Film Society) Community Media Advisory Committee Member; Association of Professional Fundraisers Austin Chapter; and Pecan Street Association’s Board of Directors; He currently serves as President of Black Professional Alliance (BPA).
He is also a Life Member of the Texas Exes and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated.