Florida Family Network
Mr. Williams currently serves as Founder and Executive Director of a community-based nonprofit organization in Orlando, FL -- Simeon Resource and Development Center for Men, Inc. (SRDCM). SRDCM provides an array of services for males, 12 yrs. and up, in an effort to assist them in becoming productive citizens. Prior to assuming the role of Executive Director at Simeon, Mr. Williams served as the Director of the Office of Minority Health for the Orange County Health Department. He spent 25 years in public health, helping to identify and address factors that disproportionately impact racial and ethnic populations in Central Florida.
As an avocation, Mr. Williams is a classically trained actor. His prior performances include: Ibsen's "A Doll House"; Shakespeare's "Othello," "Hamlet," "MacBeth," and "Richard III"; "Driving Miss Daisy"; "A Raisin in the Sun"; and "The Elephant Man." He has written and produced several one-act plays and educational videos, including a script for an independent film. Mr. Williams has also authored a children's book dealing with race relations.