Angela Williams

Assistant Professor, Nursing


Mrs. Angela Williams is a nursing faculty with over 15 years of experience teaching in higher education. She has experience teaching in LPN/ASN, CNA, and Allied Health programs. She has experience teaching theory and clinical courses. Mrs. Williams is a nurse with over 20 years of experience working in the areas of Oncology, Hospice, Home Health, and Long-Term Care. She also has experience working as a Clinical Coordinator and Director of Nursing.

Mrs. Williams received her ASN and BSN from Indiana University Northwest in Gary, Indiana. She received her MSN from South University, in Savannah, Georgia where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Her areas of interest are theology, volunteering at church, and community service. Mrs. Williams mission is to plant positive seeds by modeling compassion, respect, and dignity. Mrs. Williams cherishes spending quality time with her husband, children, and grandchildren. She also enjoys playing with her new puppy “Kody.”

Selected Presentation

Presented at a Nursing Seminar held at Indiana Wesleyan in Northwest Indiana. The purpose of the seminar was to inspire diverse students interested in the nursing and enrolled early in the profession assistance. Nursing professionals provided inspirational testimonies as a panel discussing their journey into the nursing profession. Students participated in an open question and answer session. Students were motivated to follow their dreams and provided mentors as support.