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Amber Williams

CASC Assistant Director and LEO Adjunct Lecturer

Amber Williams

Amber Williams, MA.,MSW '16 is the Assistant Director for the Community Action and Social Change (CASC) minor at the School of Social Work where she facilities co-curricular programs, and campus partnerships. Williams' previous work focuses on social justice education through dialogic facilitation, in addition to student leadership development through campus activism, multicultural affairs, and service learning. Her most recent work explores innovative academic and co-curricular initiatives that foster student engagement in community practice. She is passionate about contemporary campus-based activism and the role of student leaders in the transformation of higher education policy and practice in relation to diversity, equity and inclusion. Williams also teaches part time in the School of Social Work as an Adjunct Lecturer on themes related to social justice education, and interdisciplinary theoretical approaches to social change.


Year Degree   School
2016 MSW SP-CSS University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2016 MA CSHPE University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2010 BA Women's Studies University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Year Description
2018 Center for Research on Learning and Teaching - Gilbert Whitaker Fund

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