Alma Kassa-Williams has been a resident of the Atlanta area for the past 14 years. She came from Tanzania in 1994, and attended Savannah College of Art and Design where she obtained a Bachelors of Fine Arts in the Interior Design department. Mrs. Kassa-Williams believes that business ownership is the key to self-fulfillment and independence. Being a go-getter and a determined person, with the support of family and friends she is attending Strayer University and participating in the MBA program. She is working diligently to promoting her small businesses, "KibibiCakes" and "KibibiDesign" She has been a member of American Society of Interior Design (ASID), she has been involved with several of the Art’s programs and committee’s within the community. This involvement has led her business Kibibi Designs to participate in decorating the drawing room in The Governor’s Mansion during the Christmas Holidays in 2010. Mrs. Kassa-Williams is actively involved with and participates in Breast Cancer Awareness. She walks and participates in the cause. This is a cause that is very near and dear to her. Believing in giving back to the community, and promoting higher education, Ms. Kassa-Williams has worked with programs promoting youth enrichment, she taught a summer class in “Swahili” at Morehouse School of Medicine.