Kimberly Williams is the program manager for the Consortium’s Climate and Health Equity Fellowship (CHEF) program, as well as the NMA liaison. She also works with our Georgia Clinicians for Climate Action state network affiliate, the NMA southeast region, and the NMA Georgia chapter. For more than two decades, Kimberly has worked in support of health, equity, and diversity, including research, advocacy, and policy at the state and federal levels. Kimberly organizes strategic plans, designs policies and processes, and implements new programs for organizations. Kimberly’s work includes alliance-building with physicians, health care professionals, academicians, business leaders, legislators, and industry partners, who desire to achieve common objectives. Kimberly identifies opportunities that amplify the importance of social and environmental justice, increase diversity in health care professions, and in support of health equity. Kimberly’s PhD is in Organization and Management, with a focus on Leadership, Training, Development, and certification in DEI. With a passion for spiritual and mental wellness, Kimberly is also a certified facilitator of Mental Health First Aid™ training and enjoys international travel.
Climate and Health Equity Fellowship Program Manager, Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health