Avery Williams is not only a leader, but an inspiration to all who encounters her, as she plows through life with no holds barred. At just three months old, Avery was diagnosed with retinoblastoma cancer. As a result, she has lost her left eye, has extremely limited vision in her right eye and has bilateral hearing loss. Avery is deafblind. This infectiously charismatic young woman has been singing, dancing and acting since she was 5 years old. She’s performed at numerous events in Hamilton and throughout the GTA. Her accolades include the P.E.A.B.O Awards 2018 Female Singer of the Year (R&B/soul/Afro beats) and she has performed at the grand opening of the McMaster Children’s Hospital’s Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre, the Hamilton YWCA Women of Distinction Gala, and the Pan Am Games Caribbean Day celebration. She has completed studies in performing arts preparation at Sheridan College, introduction to commercial jazz, vocal, at Humber College, and is currently attending Mohawk College’s applied music contemporary voice program. Avery aspires to embark on a career as a world-renowned vocal recording artist.