David Williams, MDiv, MPH, PhD

  • Harvard University
Dr. David Williams is a Professor of Public Health and of Sociology at Harvard University. He has worked at Yale and the University of Michigan. He has studied the ways in which socioeconomic status, race, health practices, stress, racism and religious involvement can affect health. He is eminently qualified to address the important topic: “Non-Communicable Diseases, Health, Disparities and How these must change to Improve Outcomes.”