Dr. Melissa J. Williams, PMP
Dr. Melissa Williams is the President and Founder of Partnership For Health. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arkansas. She was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US. Army where she served as an Ordnance Officer. She also received her Airborne Paratrooper Wings from Fort Benning GA. She served as a Logistic officer in Kuwait and is a service disabled veteran. She earned her Master’s Degree in management from Troy State University. She also attended the University of Oklahoma where she majored in Human Relations. She obtained her Doctorate Degree in International Business from the Union Institute in Cincinnati Ohio.
After completing her Doctorate Degree, Dr. Williams served as the Vice President of American InterContinental University. She founded Partnership for Health after her grandparents became ill and needed in Home Care. She realized the importance of having a dedicated group of professional care givers to assist with taking care of Loved One, hence she started Partnership. She is passionate about providing quality service to all of her clients and dedicates her spare time with volunteering at local hospital in Georgia where she holds and reads to premature infants. Dr. Williams most rewarding thing in life is her service to others and their families.