London Williams

London, originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, received her B.A. in Psychology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She then moved from the East Coast to the West Coast to obtain her M.A. at Claremont Graduate University, where she focused on Applied Developmental Psychology and Evaluation. After graduating from Claremont, London was selected to participate in the Minority Training Program for Cancer Control Research within the School of Public Health at UCLA. After completing the program London was hired to work as an intern under Dr. Marjorie Kagawa-Singer where she assisted on research looking to analyze the quality of life of Asian American Breast Cancer Survivors.

London’s ultimate passion is to help promote well-being, thriving and success in underrepresented minorities enrolled in higher education institutions. Recently, London joined the URC - Sciences staff where she serves as the Program Representative for the PEERS Program. 

 

Her interests include: cooking, baking, playing the guitar, exercising, watching movies, listening to music, and learning about different cultures. London loves any and everything related to the Tar Heels, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Lakers. In addition, as a former student-athlete at UNC, she enjoys attending NCAA sporting events.