Anita Williams, RN, PHN

Anita Williams has worked in the field of HIV/AIDS & Public Health for 30 years, and has been an advocate for affected & infected individuals. She is the co-founder, and Senior VP of Project Africa Global, Inc, a non-profit with an emphasis on education, orphans, and medical and humanitarian services in both the USA & Africa. She is the Vice President of a non-profit The Economic Development Fund Foundation and was awarded the African Diamond Award by African Vibe Magazine for creating sustainable health solutions within African communities”.

She is a long time Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in foster care, as well as a volunteer and benefactor for Whitney Young Continuation High School, Los Angeles. She is an advisory member for both The ZONDLE Boys Home & Orphanage, and McCorkindale’s Children Village & Farm in Manzini, Swaziland. She served as the Principal investigator “Prospective  study on the risk of HIV transmission in neonatal blood and blood product transfusion recipients early in the HIV epidemic. Anita received her BSN from Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida.