Victoria Williams, MD is a dermatologist interested in public health, HIV, neglected tropical diseases, albinism, healthcare access, medical education, and eHealth. Since 2008, she has worked in a variety of global health settings focusing on clinical care, teaching, research, programmatic development and educational collaborations. She worked full-time in Botswana from 2016 – 2018 as the Site Director for Botswana UPenn Partnership’s Dermatology Program and Head of Dermatology at Princess Marina Hospital. She has held a number of global health organizational roles, and is currently Co-Director of the Botswana UPenn Parnership’s Dermatology Program, Co- Director of the AAD Resident International Grant Program and a Steering Committee member for the International Alliance for Global Health Dermatology. She is an adjunct dermatology faculty at UPenn, an adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of Botswana and a Director in Global Regulatory Affairs for Vaccines and Infectious Disease at Merck, where she works on the development of HIV and small molecule therapeutics.