Based in Washington, DC Mr. Williams has resided in and visited over 50 countries, establishing a reputation as a savvy broadcaster and as an incisive interviewer and writer. Mr. Williams is best known worldwide as a host and contributor to "Issues in the News", the flagship political and current events program for Voice of America heard by over 19 million listeners weekly. A sought-after speaker and panel moderator, Mr. Williams has participated in some of the most prestigious programs in the Nation's Capital. Mr. Williams has just completed his first book, ghost writing the memoirs of a prominent national political figure. Mr. Williams is also a contributor to a wide range of charitable organizations, including being a board member of The Peter G. Dodge Foundation and The First Tee of Greater Washington, DC. Mr. Williams is the Global Golf Ambassador to the Eisenhower Memorial Commission, which is authorized by The White House and Congress to establish the Memorial to the President Eisenhower. Mr. Williams is a member of the United States Golf Association and the Golf Writers Association of America. An avid golfer himself, Michael has covered the game of golf and the golf lifestyle including courses, restaurants, business, travel and sports marketing for publications all over the world. He is also the recipient of the 2014 Middle Atlantic PGA Earle Hellen Award for the Outstanding Media Person of the Year. Mr. Williams is the first African-American to receive the honor and the first in the section to win an award of any kind. Mr. Williams is currently serving as the Director of Travel Outreach for GolfWRX.com, the largest online golf community in the world with 2 million unique visitors and 22 million page views per month.