Faculty and Staff:
Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management
EdD, Columbia University
MEd, Columbia University
MA, Columbia University
MSc, London School of Economics, UK
BA, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
Kenneth Williams completed his doctorate in organization and leadership at Columbia University and his master's degree at the London School of Economics. He teaches the courses Organizational Behavior and Team Development; Organizational Behavior and Leadership; Social Identity; Research, Decision-Making, and Analysis; Qualitative Research Methodology; Quantitative Research Methodology using SPSS and Excel; Leadership, Community and Coalition-Building. His interests include leadership development, multicultural organizational development, change management, educational administration and reform, developing learning organizations in NGO and for-profit management.
Williams has worked, studied, and/or lived in the UK, Bermuda, Bangladesh, Thailand, Jamaica, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Oman, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United States as well as in Barbados, where he founded a number of small- and medium-sized enterprises. A consultant to NGOs in Bermuda, Thailand, Tanzania, the United States, and Barbados, Professor Williams is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, the American Educational Research Association, and the Academy of Human Resource Development.