Sherrie Williams


Sherrie Williams

COO, Global Partnership for TeleHealth

Sherrie Williams is the Chief of Operations of the Georgia-based, non-profit Global Partnership for Telehealth. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker from rural South Georgia, Sherrie stumbled into telehealth as she struggled to match her clients with needed medical and mental health resources. She was instrumental in developing and implementing the very first school-based telehealth program in Georgia. The model she created is still being used today across 100’s of school programs. After experiencing the true value of telehealth, Sherrie soon left the social work profession to pursue a career in telehealth full-time. She began working with GPT in 2012. In addition to her work at GPT, Sherrie serves on several boards including the Technology Association of Georgia-Health Division (Advisory Board); Georgia Rural Health Association (Board member); College of Coastal Georgia’s Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics degree program (Advisory Board); Georgia’s HOSA- Future Health Professionals program (Advisory Board). Sherrie has co-authored the following telehealth-related publications: • American Telemedicine Association’s Pediatric Telehealth Guidance • Use of Telemedicine in Developmental Disabilities: Experience, Possibilities, and Thoughts, International Journal of Developmental Disabilities

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