816 New York founder joins NYC club that empowers women in underserved communities

Sarah Williams joins Women Creating Change organization

ASTORIA, QUEENS, NY, 6/10/19 – 816 New York, a full-service brand strategy and communications agency, announced today that its founder and director has joined Women Creating Change, an accredited women-focused civic charity in New York City.  

Women Creating Change, established as Women’s City Club of New York in 1915, partners with underserved women to develop and strengthen skills and resources to effectively advocate for New York’s communities and be more actively engaged in local civic life.

Sarah Williams, founder and director of 816 New York, is looking forward to becoming involved in causes, by way of WCC, with a focus on housing and homelessness, health, and good government.

“When I learned of Women Creating Change and their recently rebranded vision and mission, I didn’t hesitate to join,” Williams says. “I look forward to becoming actively involved in events and programs, as well as building relationships with members and staff, to effect real civic change in this city.”

The WCC website offers citywide guides to services and resources, such as low- to no-cost social services, programs, and resources, as well as information on NYC public housing. Their case studies showcase some of the policy and advocacy work they’ve done on behalf of underserved communities.

About 816 New York, LLC

816 New York positions nonprofits and small businesses to explore their absolute potential, devise tangible strategy, launch timeless brands, and create consistent outreach. Since 2009, the award-winning New York City brand strategy and communications agency has united with and mobilized nonprofit and community organizations, tech and energy businesses, restaurants, and other small teams. For more information, please visit 

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