PA Foundation Student Representative
Jamee Williams, PA-S
Jamee Williams is a second-year student at the University of Maryland Baltimore where she serves as the Maryland Academy of Physician Assistant Student Representative for the class of 2023. Jamee received her undergraduate degree in public policy with a minor in global health from Duke University. Prior to PA school, she worked for various organizations involved in the health policy field such as Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and Mathematica. As a Health Advisory Services Analyst at Mathematica, she worked with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on their Accountable Health Communities Model. Her team at Mathematica helped CMS to test and disseminate a screening tool for hospitals and clinics to assess health-related social needs in Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries in order to reduce health disparities and healthcare costs. Jamee’s prior healthcare experience includes volunteering in her community as a local EMT and working as a medical assistant for dermatology and internal medicine clinics.
As the PA Foundation Student Representative, Jamee hopes to increase opportunities for community service for PA students and to also leverage her health policy background to help the PA Foundation deliver tangible results that make a positive difference in people’s health.
In her free time, Jamee enjoys volunteering in her community, exploring new restaurants, and spending time with her family and friends.