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Juliua Williams

Juliua Williams brings a wealth of knowledge of experience in the areas of geriatrics, home health, assisted living and nursing administration. Currently is the CEO/ Director of Progressive Learning Center, an allied health school. In this role she is responsible for all aspects of the school; training, teaching, budgets, payroll, writing policies, enforcement also ensuring Texas Workforce Commission and the Texas Health and Human Services regulations and guidelines are in compliance. Ms. Williams is responsible for developing partnerships with other entities in the community allowing for both staff and students learning opportunities needed to succeed in their area of study.

She has been a delegator and wellness director for an assisted living facility where non-certified attendants are delegated the task to pass medications and are educated on the state/federal guidelines related to assisted living facilities for compliance. As administrator for home health agencies she provides counsel to the board of directors regarding the needs of the community, personnel, financial, professional practices and health planning. Promotes the health and safety of the patients and oversees agency fiscal affairs, develops and maintains administrative policies and ensure local, state and federal guidelines are kept in compliance according to these guidelines. Ms. Williams has assisted and perform many mock surveys for nursing facilities in the preparation for annual surveys with much success.

Previously Ms. Williams has worked as director of nursing, regional director, cooperate nurse, educator and risk manager. During the different areas of employment her principle areas of practice were the management and supervision of nurses, nurse aides, therapist, medication aides, social workers and other disciplines involved in the care of residents with the focus on quality improvement, chronic diseases, clinical operations and leadership.

Ms. Williams enjoys using her experiences to give back to the community through her school, church and partnerships in long-term care working with the older community. She is an active member of The Church of The Living God, PGT where she is active with the choir, women ministry volunteer and Sunday school. She is an active member of Black Nurses Rock (BNR), Tyler, Texas where, she is a board director and member of the education/mentor committee. At the 2018 BNR National convention, Ms. Williams was name the first BNR Nurse Entrepreneur of the year. In May 2019, Ms. Williams’ school will be celebrating its twelfth year of operation.

Ms. Williams holds an associate, bachelor and master degrees in nursing. She is also certified as a community health instructor through the state of Texas and is known as consultant for nurse aide programs, assisted living and long-term care facilities. Ms. Williams resides with her family in Hawkins, Texas.