Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, beard, eyeglasses and closeupCorey Williams is an English teacher at George Washington High School and also the founder & creative director of Rivertown, a local creative agency that provides marketing & media services to individuals and small businesses.

A Danville transplant & an Averett University alumnus, Corey received his B.S. in Psychology in May 2014. After graduating and serving a year as an intern through DRF, Corey relocated to Richmond, Virginia for, what he calls, a creative gap year.

While there, he focused on becoming a better artist, writer & photographer. In December 2016, Corey moved back to Danville and in May 2017, he graduated with his M.A. in English.

Upon moving back, Corey quickly got involved with several organizations including Danville After Hours Rotary & Middle Border Forward.

Corey takes great pride in living in this region & is proud to say that Danville is home. When he is not writing lesson plans or doing design work for clients, Corey enjoys running, exploring new cities and trying new food, coffee and bars.

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