Marcus Williams founded Williams Consulting Group after working in private, government, and higher education environments for twenty years and recognizing the desperate need to help business owners properly respond to sexual harassment in their workplace. The common denominator in stories regarding failed investigations and costly lawsuits is a lack of training and standardized processes. Williams Consulting Group's mission is to provide business owners with the tools to respond in a way that builds trust, reduces liability, and builds confidence and pride. Organizations should be able to trust that investigations are sound so they have the foundation upon which to make important decisions.
Founder and President
Marcus Williams began his investigative career as a private investigator, focusing on workman’s compensation fraud. Marcus became a sworn law enforcement officer with the Defense Protective Service (Pentagon Police) in 2001 and performed law enforcement and security functions at the Pentagon reservation in Arlington, VA: to include protecting Pentagon employees, rescuers, and investigators after the terrorist attack of Sep 11, 2001. Marcus joined the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) in 2002 as a Special Agent criminal investigator. He became an expert in family and sexual violence investigations and operations, protection, fraud, counter-intelligence, technology protection, force protection, property crimes, narcotics, and Internet based crimes. Marcus worked as a squad leader and Supervisory Special Agent. He led efforts involving local, state, federal, international, and military jurisdictions. In 2017, Marcus became the Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students serving as the primary investigator of sexual misconduct at Brigham Young University. He was instrumental in building policies, procedures, and processes for the Title IX Office and his fellow investigators. Marcus served with NCIS in Twentynine Palms, CA; Sigonella, Sicily; Norfolk, VA; Everett, WA; Yokosuka, Japan; and San Diego, CA. He currently resides in the Provo, Utah area. Marcus Williams graduated from Brigham Young University in 2000 with a BA in International Politics and minor in Latin American Studies. He earned an MA in Criminal Justice in 2006 from American Military University.