Amy Williams

Adjunct Instructor

Amy Williams will be teaching Survey of Journalism this fall! She has been teaching college courses since 2003, most recently at the University at Albany, where she taught health communication, public relations, interpersonal communication, and media writing. In addition, Amy has a background in corporate communications and magazine journalism.


  • B.A., English, LeMonyne College
  • M.S., Organizational Communication, Learning and Design, Ithaca College
  • Ph.D., University of Albany (in progress)

Research Interests

  • Supportive communication in health care contexts
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Popular Culture


  • She recently moved to Solon, OH from Albany, NY
  • She lives with her husband, two daughters, and their cat, Daphne
  • Amy loves hiking, kayaking, traveling, and all things Marvel! She also is a true crime junkie and can often be found listening to podcasts on the subject

Selected Publications

Golden, A. and Williams, A. (2021). Community health workers and COVID-19 in New York State: Adaptable and resilient, but strained. Understanding and eliminating minority health disparities in a 21st-century pandemic: A White Paper Collection. University at Albany, SUNY: Scholars Archive.