About Sherri Williams
WILLIAMS, SHERRI is a reporter at The Columbus Dispatch, a 230,000-circulation daily newspaper, who covers neighborhoods, demographics and immigration issues. A print journalist for nearly a decade, Williams previously worked at the Associated Press and The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, MS. Williams, who has an interest in global affairs, spent three weeks in South Africa as a National Association of Black Journalists Ethel Payne Fellow and wrote about the AIDS epidemic’s impact on families. The Michigan native (Benton Harbor and Kalamazoo) is a graduate of Jackson State University in Jackson, MS.
- Was accepted for Jun 08-13 2008 Multimedia Training.
Digital media stories published elsewhere by Sherri Williams:
- These are the People in the Neighborhood 
Sherri Williams (June 08) and colleagues at the Columbus Dispatch are producing a long-term project on the neighborhoods in Franklin County. Some of the profiles have multimedia content.
Content on this site written by Sherri Williams (includes contributory writing):
- A Berkeley science museum teaches children - and a few journalists - about the science of small.
Sherri Williams, freelance multimedia journalist “I think the best outcome from the participation came from my teaching 30 to 40 other reporters how to use Google Maps. It instantly went from a tool we used in extreme situations (major wildfires), requiring a lot of work by graphic artists, to one that reporters used for routine stories.”