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
In 2008, Wendy Champagnie Williams became a full-time Instructor in the Master of Social Work Program. Not new to Wheelock, she previously served as the coordinator of Social Work Field Education, where she was responsible for the development and coordination of field placements for students enrolled in both the undergraduate and graduate social work degree programs. Additionally, she maintained collaborations and partnerships with numerous community-based agencies in order to offer a variety of field placement options for Wheelock's social work students.
Prior to Wheelock, 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.
Williams is currently a PhD candidate at Simmons College Graduate School of Social Work. Her research interests include topics relevant to achievement among the urban male population, particularly the formerly incarcerated adult population.