Profile: Kathleen Williams
Kathleen Williams is an assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Allied Health at Charleston Southern University.
She received both her bachelor of science in nursing and her master of science in community health nursing from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of the post-MSN certificate program in nursing informatics at Duke University College of Nursing and Allied Health in Durham, North Carolina, and is ANCC board certified as an informatics nurse.
She currently teaches at the undergraduate and graduate levels with professional expertise in informatics, leadership and community/public health. Ms. Williams is a member of the American Nursing Informatics Association, the American Nurses Association, the South Carolina Nurses Association and currently serves as a chapter board member of Sigma Theta Tau international honor society of nursing, Gamma Omicron At-Large Chapter.
She has presented on the topic of healthcare informatics at the local, regional, national and international levels and has published several articles and chapters in the areas of informatics and home health.
Ms. Williams is also a veteran of the U.S. Army Reserve (Nurse Corps) with specialties in medical-surgical and community health nursing.