Bobbi Williams is the pen name and frequent pseudonym of George Wilkerson, a transgender writer, lecturer, and teacher who lives and works in upstate New York.

A professional writer and educator whose articles and short stories are familiar to many within and outside of the transgender community, Bobbi Williams was a founding member of the Central Texas Transgender Society, served as Secretary of the Transgender Indpendence Club and on the Steering committee of the National Coalition for LGBT Health. She is currently the Acting Director of Rainbow Access Initiative (RAI), a state of New York funded program to train Health and Human Services professionals in the NY capital region. She is also currently on the Steering Committee of the New York State Dignity for All Students (DASA) Coalition.

Bobbi has made presentations on transgender health issues at the LGBTI Health Summit, the Southern Comfort convention in Atlanta, the Transcending Boundaries Conference (at Yale University), and the 2005 Convention of the International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE). She has also been a guest lecturer at Albany Medical College and other colleges and universities.

Her publications include newspaper and magazine articles, textbooks, trade books, reference manuals, and fiction. In October of 2001, her collection of Short Stories Me and Bobbi and the Gyrls, was published and she is currently “shopping” a mystery novel, titled Transfixed.

Bobbi has been ‘out’ to most of her friends, family, and co-workers for nearly ten years and her work has been accepted without regard for her gender identity.