Leigh-Ann Williams, MS, MPH
Leigh-Ann is a lifelong resident of the greater New Orleans area. Her educational background includes a B.S. in toxicology from Univ. of Louisiana Monroe, a M.S. in toxicology from the Univ. of Florida, and a Master of Public Health from LSU Health Sciences Center New. She is the program coordinator for the federal 340B drug pricing program at West Jefferson Medical Center and is a Post Masters research fellow at Dillard University. She is a patient ambassador for the American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP) She is also a certified Kidney Health Coach and an ambassador with the American Kidney Fund. Leigh-Ann's hope as an Ambassador is to continue the work she has been doing with her foundation, The LeighWilli Foundation, to Advocate, Educate, Encourage, and Empower people with kidney disease. Leigh-Ann is an avid public speaker and motivator and is involved in several social, civic, and service organizations. In her limited spare time, Leigh-Ann loves to travel, go to the movies, spend time with family, and meet new people.