Williams syndrome (WS) is rare, yet, it can affect anyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, age, sex, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, cultural background/values, and beliefs, religion, national origin, language, geographic background, immigration status/refugee community, family status, and political ideology.

At the Williams Syndrome Association (WSA), we are committed to making social justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion part of our genetic makeup. Together, we are striving to build and maintain an inclusive culture that is consistent with these values and is representative of the diverse individuals in our community. By providing resources, supporting relevant research, engaging in appropriate partnerships and connections, and improving access, we continue to work towards ensuring that all individuals with WS, including those from marginalized communities, live healthy, self-directed, productive, and meaningful lives.