Mark Williams is a senior associate director at FasterCures, managing a number of projects aimed at creating a high-functioning biomedical system, as well as the Milken Institute’s participation in the U.S. government’s Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Challenge. He has experience in the development of national policies and guidance focusing on health security, emergency management, and public safety.
Before joining FasterCures, Williams was a pro bono policy consultant with the Disaster Accountability Project. Prior to that role, he worked for five years with the National Health Service, dedicated to tackling financial crime, patient-staff violence, and security threats in health-care facilities across the United Kingdom. Williams earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations from the University of Lincoln and his Master of Science degree in international security and global governance from Birkbeck, University of London. He has also served as an emergency medical technician with the Wheaton Volunteer Rescue Squad, providing first response medical services in Montgomery County, Md.