For nearly a decade, Dr. Deborah Williams has worked as an associate professor at the Touro College of Pharmacy in New York City. She additionally serves the school as program director for the college science technology and engineering program. During her time with Touro College , Dr. Deborah Williams played a critical role in the writing of a successful $450,000 grant proposal submitted to the New York State Department of Education. She has received a number of accolades throughout her tenure with the college, including a 2014 Phenomenal Woman Award from the New York NAACP chapter.
Deborah Williams, MD, is a member of several organizations, including the National Association of Minority Medical Educators and Globalscope, an organization she founded to bring health education to underserved communities. In the past, she has served as a member of the Congressional Committee for HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean and as an Africa Member of the American Society for Nutrition. She also engages in activities with a number of alumni associations, including those with the University College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Outside of work, Dr. Williams enjoys long-distance running. She has participated in the New York City Marathon.