Marlon Williams went to Central Florida Vocational where he earned his B.S.A in Software Engineering and Business Management. He then went on to Miami Dade College where he studied Computer Information Systems. Finally he attended Kaplan University where he studied Information technology. 
Marlon began his illustrious career as a Lead Software Developer for DeScribe Medical Services where he migrated the whole platform from traditional ASP to ASP.NET/C#/SQL Server 2000. He then spent the next five years as the President/CEO of Firstaid Software where he designed electronic medical records, medical billing, and practice management software from scratch. The company was eventually acquired by SmartMD.
Williams spent ten years as a Director of Information Services for Inktel Contact Center Solutions before becoming Treasurer of STEM Advisory Board for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. During this time he was also President of the South Florida Chapter of Society for Information Management.
Wiliams then became a Board Member at the South Florida Digital Alliance (SFDA) where his main focus was tearing down the digital divide in underserved communities.