Dr. Shavonne Williams Program Administration

Dr. Shavonne Williams is an acclaimed author of Parentification: Unmasking Childhood Trauma
a seasoned advocate with a comprehensive academic background and extensive experience in
community outreach, program management, and resource coordination. Holding a Doctorate in
Behavioral Science, along with a Master’s in Psychology and a Bachelor’s in Christian
Counseling from ACTS-IU University in San Diego, Dr. Williams brings a deep understanding
of human behavior and effective therapeutic interventions. With a Certificate in General Human
Resources from UCSD Extension and an Associates in Child Development Teacher from
Southwestern Community College, Dr. Williams possesses a diverse skill set that combines
leadership, communication, organizational, and problem-solving abilities.
In the role as Program Director for the Stepping Higher, Inc. CSF Parent Partner Program, Dr.
Williams demonstrates proficiency in executing administrative tasks, preparing reports, and
conducting community education presentations on vital topics such as domestic violence,
substance abuse, and mental health. Additionally, Dr. Williams excels in fostering collaborative
relationships with diverse stakeholders and facilitating workshops tailored to address crisis
situations within African American and Latinx communities.
As a Family & Children Resource Liaison at Project Homeless, Dr. Williams has provided
invaluable support to at-risk families, particularly children experiencing Adverse Childhood
Experiences (ACEs). Collaborating with numerous agencies, Dr. Williams has played a pivotal
role in delivering childcare resources and advocating for vulnerable populations.
In the capacity of a Consultant for the San Diego Housing Commission, Dr. Williams leverages
exceptional interpersonal skills to inspire individuals and families towards self-sufficiency. By
offering education, career development guidance, and access to community resources, Dr.
Williams empowers low-income households to thrive despite economic challenges.
Furthermore, as the Women Of Valor Resource Director at Total Deliverance Worship Center, Dr.
Williams demonstrates a deep commitment to supporting single mothers through comprehensive
assistance programs. From childcare and housing resources to advocacy and outreach initiatives,
Dr. Williams champions the holistic well-being of families facing adversity.
With a profound understanding of parent engagement and community dynamics, Dr. Williams
embodies the principles of equity, inclusivity, and cultural sensitivity in all professional
endeavors. Passionate about fostering meaningful connections and facilitating positive change,
Dr. Williams continually seeks to advance the welfare of individuals and families across diverse
socio-economic backgrounds.