Georgina Pink Williams

O’Donnell Dempsey
Title: Recreation Leader
Phone: 908-820-7431

Early Life & Education
Georgina Pink Williams was born in Cuba and raised in Cuba. As a child she always had a yearning desire to see the world and experience different cultures and to begin a journey to seek self fulfilment. So, in 1978 she left Cuba and moved to the Caribbean Islands.

Georgina identifies herself as an Afro Cuban/ Afro Latina woman. Her philosophy has always been, change happens when people are given guidance, so she became a Spanish Teacher in Guyana, South America, which she had a passion for. In 1998 she and her family came to the USA, shortly after she was hired at the Elizabeth-port Presbyterian Center in which for over ten years she served as a Senior Service Outreach Worker. Georgina studied in the field of Social Work at Rutgers University, while attending she was able to complete a Basic Gerontology Certification and Family Strengthening Course.

Working for the City of Elizabeth
In 2013 she was hired by The City of Elizabeth, Department of Health and Human Services, Office On Aging and she became Recreation leader and leading program staff member for the Liberty Square Senior Center. With her take charge professional mind set, hard work and dedication she was able soar and take programming to the next level. Georgina currently serves as Recreation Leader at the O’ Donnell Dempsey Center where she continues to stay driven by her lifelong curiosity about how communities influence their residents and how residents influence their communities. 

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