Season 4 Episode 6: Moment of Truth Featuring Antwan Williams, Vice President of Operations with the Henry Ford Health System

Grant McGaugh . S4E6 . 24:28

How to build wealth by investing in our children is how Antwan Williams finds value. He stresses the importance of learning the value of saving and writing down your goals through his new Children’s book Mansa Little Reminders. 

Antwan also spends a lot of time on Strategic growth initiatives as a healthcare executive to understand the underlying financial impact on his community.  

He brings a genuine optimistic spirit to challenge the status quo and cares about people.  The oldest of ten, he leads the way to impact more communities beyond his own. Antwan believes in  Self-reflecting to better understand what he wants in life. He puts in the research to become a high-performing healthcare executive and forever learner. 

Antwan D. Williams is an Author, leader in healthcare, and servant to the community.  His book, Mansa’s Little Reminders, is a financial literacy gem for kids everywhere. Antwan is currently with Henry Ford Health as Vice President of Operations with the Wyandotte Hospital. He is also co-founder of The Advancement League. A membership ecosystem known for career development, community impact, and their annual Young Health Leader Summit. 

Before serving in his current role, Antwan served as Executive Administrator for Allied Health and Support Services for Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies and the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children at Orlando Health.

Originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, Antwan joined Orlando Health from the Geisinger Health System in Danville, Pennsylvania, where he directed numerous service line initiatives, including serving as the Executive leading the systems’ emergency departments across the 12-hospital campus portfolio.

Antwan earned his Bachelor of Science in business management at Florida State University and his Master’s degree in health services administration at the University of Central Florida.

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