Patrice J. Williams

Patrice J. Williams

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Lifestyle and travel fact checker and content creator

Education

Temple University

Highlights

With an endless amount of information online, it can be overwhelming and hard to determine what’s accurate. I like to do my part to make sure people are making informed decisions that make their lives better. Health is wealth and being informed is priceless.

— Patrice J. Williams

Experience

Patrice creates content that’s focused on making lives easier. From sharing everyday lifestyle hacks to product recommendations, she enjoys providing readers with accessible, intimidation free information. In addition to writing, Patrice also shares her expertise on-air with segments on the Today Show, WEtv, and Nate Berkus Show, and she was the Savvy Shopper reporter for WPIX in New York City. 

Education

Patrice received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Temple University.   

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