Adrienne D. Williams, Ph.D.
Senior Scientific Consultant
Dr. Williams holds a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a cognate in Biotechnology from Michigan State University; M.A. in Chemistry from Fisk University and a Ph.D. in Environmental Science/Engineering Physics from Wright State University. She is an experienced engineer and academician as well. She was a materials engineer for the Air Force Research Laboratory for six years and Process Development Engineer in Industry. She has served as a project manager and lead on a multitude of government projects. She has over 20 research publications with emphasis on materials science on topics such as graphene, nanobiosystems, microelectronics and spectroscopy techniques. She has also co-authored a book on DNA photonics. She was an Engineering instructor and Chemistry Professor at various colleges and universities throughout Southern California also serving as a Department Chair, Academic Dean, and Curriculum Developer. She is currently a member of the National Society of Black Scientists and Engineers; Materials Research Society; SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering; and serves as an Editor of a Nano-materials Research Publisher.
I love and truly enjoy living a very active and healthy lifestyle! I wake up at 4am during the week to train at the gym by 5am and meal prep as well! As a hobby, I participate in competitive bodybuilding shows and events.