Wendy Champagnie Williams
Chair of MSW program and Instructor of Social Work
Office: ACW 305J
A.A. 1990, Roxbury Community College
B.S.W. 1993, Wheelock College
M.S.W. 1994, Boston University School of Social Work
Wendy Champagnie Williams, PhD, MSW, LICSW, has served as Chair of the MSW Program since 2012 and is an Assistant Professor of Social Work. Dr. Champagnie Williams has been at Wheelock since 2003, serving as the Coordinator for Social Work Field Education for five years and moving to full-time teaching as Instructor of Social Work in 2008. Prior to Wheelock, Dr. Champagnie Williams was the clinical supervisor at Boston Public Schools with a grant-funded initiative, Strategy to Improve Student Attendance, the Middle School Truancy Prevention Project. She also spent five years at the Codman Square Health Center as a mental health clinician. In addition to her role and responsibilities at Wheelock, Dr. Champagnie Williams maintains a private practice in Avon, Massachusetts. Research interests of Dr. Champagnie Williams include exploring the impact of incarceration on children and families; achievement among the Black male population; and desistance, strengths, and resilience among adult Black men who have experienced incarceration.