Ms. Williams is an advocate, Trainer and Facilitator for health and human service providers in New York State. For the past 11 years, Jill has established herself as a skilled trainer/ facilitator with National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. and recently with the Center for Public Health Education at Stony Brook University. Well known in the field of AIDS education, both programs have long standing histories as Regional Training Centers for the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute. Utilizing a professional training style that can be both engaging and interactive, Jill has worked with various audiences delivering content on topics such as: Case Management, Service Plan Development, “How to Handle Difficult Clients”, Diversity, Cultural Competence and Domestic Violence. Additionally, Ms. Williams has worked with a diverse client base and agency staff alike.
Ms. Williams’ Management experience includes leading 4 to 15 person departments, grant writing, managing contracts and multiple operating budgets approximating $1.1 million.
Jill has also devoted many years of participation to HIV regional planning bodies and recently was Vice Chair of the Nassau/Suffolk Health Services Planning Council.
Ms. Williams received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Wellesley College. She continued her affiliation as a Volunteer and Board Member with the Wellesley College Alumnae Association, and later with the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Long Island Chapter. With her influence, 100 Black Women of L.I. sponsored an Annual Youth Forum and Leadership Training Institute for Girls. Currently, Jill is a Member of the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, an Executive Board Member of PTA and the Uniondale PTA District Council.