Eric Williams is a Florida native with a background in biology, public health, and community organizing. After graduating undergrad with a Bachelors of Biology from Savannah State University, he began working with youth in 2016 as a Residential Tutor/Counselor in the Georgia State University Upward Bound Program. Soon after, he spent two and a half years at Fugees Academy, a private institution for middle and high school-aged refugee youth located in Clarkston, Georgia. At this academy, he was able to learn more about himself as a youth leader. This experience led him to obtain a Masters of Public Health (MPH) from Argosy University in 2018. Eric has a passion for leading the next generation to become open-minded, self-sufficient and cognitive leaders in their respective communities.
Easton Banks Learning & Life Center, Inc.
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