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Wollstonecraft: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Mary Wollstonecraft

In 1792 with the backdrop of the French Revolution, Mary Wollstonecraft wrote, A Vindication of the Rights of Women. In the book, Wollstonecraft argued that women should have the same opportunities as men. She disrupted the status quo by daring to persuade others that women should be given an education and civic rights. Wollstonecraft challenged society by asking the question: What are you afraid of? Women are still fighting for pay equality and a voice in modern society. 

           “I do not wish them [women] to have power over men; but over themselves.”  

                                                                                                                       -Mary Wollstonecraft




  • Logan Williams is the founder of Wollstonecraft Coaching. She is a Certified Professional Life Coach and NLP Practitioner. She found success in the educational setting and received the recognition for her work about Darfur from: The Washington Post, CNN, BBC Persian, Washington Times, and Maya Angelou.  Her drive to succeed has played a significant role in her proactive ability to identify contextual problems and implement a solution-focused approach. Teaching others how to thrive in leadership roles has become her passion. 

Education and Certification

  • ACC: The International Coaching Federation
  • Certificate Program: American University, Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance, Washington, DC 
  • Certified NLP Practitioner
  • MST: State University of New York, Potsdam, NY
  • BA: College of Charleston, Charleston, SC


"As a coach and facilitator, Logan's belief in human potential is apparent and at the forefront of how she engages with people. Her inquisitiveness comes from a place of deep curiosity- not judgement- which serves as the foundation of her work." -Jenny