Janelle Williams is a writer, editor, and communications manager with 10 years of experience supporting national projects. She is adept at creating products in print, for the web, and in various multimedia formats. She has developed e-learning modules and virtual trainings, research reports, fact sheets, conference agendas, needs assessments, evaluation reports, publications, journals, and magazine articles. Ms. Williams’ work has supported the Department of Education (ED), the Administration for Children and Families, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and several Institutes and Centers within the National Institutes of Health (NIH). As the Director of Communications for ED’s Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance (TA) Center, Ms. Williams leads tasks in the areas of marketing and product development, e-learning and virtual training services, web design and development, community-of-practice development and management, quality assurance, and Section 508 compliance. Training topics have included adult sexual misconduct (ASM) in the school setting and threat assessment team development to prepare for and respond to human-caused school emergencies, such as active shooters, suicide, gang violence, cyber attacks, and human trafficking. To support the development of products and conferences for SAMHSA’s Office of Communications, she provides writing, editing, and graphic
design services to produce campaign briefs and special multimedia presentations.