Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Javontae Lee Williams, MPH, is a nationally recognized educator, speaker, and trainer with expertise on public health leadership, health and sexuality, men’s health, and racialized health disparities. He’s also a nurse with 15+ years of experience in public health. He began his career as a community-oriented health advocate, translating research insights into practical solutions for our most significant health challenges. He serves as senior coordinator for HIV prevention services at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, where he engages community members impacted by health disparities and provides leadership to organizations on the frontlines of health delivery. In this role, he leads a team to develop strategic prevention initiatives to end the HIV epidemic in Philadelphia.