Terri Williams is the Acting Director of Environmental Health, for the County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Health. She is a graduate of Cal State, San Bernardino and has over 28 years of Environmental Health experience.
Ms. Williams joined Los Angeles County Department of Public Health as the Environmental Health Assistant Director in September 2011, after serving as Director of Environmental Health, for the County of San Bernardino.
Ms. Williams is involved in many environmental issues and participates on several committees statewide. Terri is one of the authors of the newly developed “Code of Ethics” for all Registered Environmental Health Specialists and has a particular interest in employee development and environmental health leadership training. She is an active executive member of the California Conference of Environmental Health Directors and is currently serving as President Elect.
Since coming to Los Angeles County, Terri has been an active participant in numerous public health initiatives, expanding the traditional role of Environmental Health programs to improve the health and well-being of everyone in Los Angeles County.
Terri has received several achievement awards, both programmatic and personal and is recognized as a leader in the field of environmental Health. Terri is deeply committed to achieving greater national prominence for effectiveness in protecting public health and the environment.