- Health, Human Performance, & Leisure Studies
- College of Arts & Sciences
Lanice C. Williams is a part-time Lecturer in the Department of Health, Human Performance, & Leisure studies where she teaches Health Science. She works full-time as an Advocacy & Partnerships Manager at Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. In this role, she coordinates Friends’ partnerships with business, faith-based, youth, and other civil society communities in united advocacy for U.S. leadership in fighting the HIV, TB, and malaria epidemics through the Global Fund and bilateral programs. She also contributes to Friends’ research and writing on the Global Fund, ending the epidemics, and global health security.Prior to joining Friends, she served as a 2016-2017 Global Health Corps fellow at Global Health Council. Previously, she was a Program Specialist with the Government of the District of Columbia. She has also worked on programs, research, and policy initiatives focused on gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health, and disease prevention in the U.S and abroad. Currently, she serves as the Chair of the Young Professionals Program with the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA), a member of the American Public Health Association, and executive committee member of Women in Global Health - DC chapter.Lanice earned a B.S. in Biology and M.S. in Health Education at Howard University.