We are excited to welcome Tantanea “Tee” Williams to the ECNV staff. She is our new Medicaid Programs Coordinator at the ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia. Tee is a native of Alexandria Virginia; growing up in the DMV area. Tee graduated undergrad from Old Dominion University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Public Health and Human Services. Tee continued her education at Liberty University where she received a graduate certificate in Healthcare Management and a Master’s degree in Business Administration of Healthcare. Tee is no stranger to supporting the elderly population and individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. Over the past 7 years Tee has been determined and dedicated to advocate for individuals with disabilities and their families to ensure that their human and civil rights are met. Tee started her career as a Community Integration Specialist followed by an Activities Coordinator at Service Source; a nonprofit organization with a mission to facilitate services and partnerships that support people with disabilities to build a more inclusive community. Tee continued her career in Human Services as a Support Coordinator/Clinical Case Manager for individuals with Intellectual disabilities through Prince William County Government Community Service Board (CSB). Tee has a passion for human services with hopes to improve the quality of life for all individuals she serves here at ECNV!