Michelle Williams graduated summa cum laude from Longwood University with a BS in therapeutic recreation and minor in abnormal psychology. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. In her career, Michelle has worked as a recreation therapist in various settings, including rehab, pediatric & psychiatric hospitals, drug and addiction services and with at risk youth, etc., and is a wilderness outdoor leader. She was in long term care for 13 years and was the national peer team leader for Erickson retirement communities. She produced training videos for CMS and then ventured into home health and hospice. It was her honor to design a home health program, which she presented to federal recovery coordinators and received approval by the medical chiefs of staff, enabling the most critically wounded warriors from Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and Operation New Dawn to go home to their families. Her most recent work has been in disability advocacy. Currently, she is the ministry site director for Youth for Christ at Fort Belvoir Army base. Michelle volunteers in her community facilitating combat trauma recovery courses focusing on the moral and spiritual wounds of war. She has been involved in lay ministry for over 20 years, some of which include jail, evangelism, singles, motorcyclist ministry, and Deacon, along with being a board member of multiple organizations. She is a Christian Life and Leadership coach. Her honors include National Academic All American, Academic All American, silver star award recipient for being a top producer in NE region. Her greatest honor is being a mom of two and a new nana. Her greatest passions are serving our Lord and justice. Her favorite recreation pursuit is riding her horse.
Law Student Ministries Coordinator