About Williams Mobility

Our History

Williams Mobility was formed in the summer of 2016. Founder Rebecca Williams recognized the need for a different kind of transportation company—one that truly focuses on providing the best possible experience to the people it serves, from professional appearance and timely arrivals to modern vehicles and genuine compassion. Williams Mobility customers are transported by a Driver that is so much more—a trained Medical Professional, an educated Health Advocate, and a Friend.

Owner: Rebecca Williams


Rebecca Williams

Rebecca was born in Southern California, grew up on the Oregon Coast, and has been a Sacramento resident for 13 years. In 2014 she earned her A.S. in Biology: Pre-Nursing and her Emergency Medical Technician certification from Cosumnes River College, and in 2016 she completed her B.S. in Community Health Education at CSU Sacramento. Rebecca is an experienced small business owner and health care professional, and is driven to make a difference in her community.

Mascot: Danny the Blind Dachshund


Danny the Blind Dachshund

Danny was rescued at the scene of an apartment fire by Rebecca during the course of her duties as a Red Cross volunteer. He has been blind since birth, but has adapted with amazing ease. Danny is resilient, inspirational, and full of love, and is the model for the Williams Mobility logo. Since joining the Williams household, Danny has been vaccinated, neutered, licensed, and microchipped, and now lives with one of our past drivers, enjoying life as a spoiled only dog.

Vehicle: Chrysler Pacifica


2020 Chrysler Pacifica

This versatile minivan boasts numerous safety features and is fitted with an ADA-compliant wheelchair conversion. The ramp and lowered floor allow for smooth loading of a wheelchair, and the second-row seating configuration enables the chair to be secured within arm's reach of the driver. The Q'Straint 4-Point System firmly anchors the wheelchair in place, and includes lap and shoulder belts to ensure the occupant is safe, without the need to transfer out of the wheelchair.