Oral History Interview with Anastasia Williams
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An oral history interview with Dr. Anastasia Williams, conducted at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library on April 8, 2022. This interview is part of the Medical Alumni Stories Oral History Project, a joint effort of the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library and the UVA Medical Alumni Association and Medical School Foundation. Anastasia Longchamps Bayardelle Williams was born in New York and attended Cornell University, graduating with an undergraduate degree in Chemistry in 1991. She moved to Charlottesville with her husband in 1993 so that they could attend medical and law school, respectively, at the University of Virginia. Dr. Williams graduated from the UVA School of Medicine in 1998. After medical school Dr. Williams completed an internship in pediatrics at the Medical College of Georgia (1998-1999) and a residency in pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD (1999-2001). She worked as a pediatrician in northern Virginia for 20 years, founding Olde Towne Pediatrics in Manassas and Gainesville, VA, and serving as the Medical Director of Pediatrics for Novant Health UVA Health System. Dr. Williams currently lives and practices in California. Dr. Williams has served on the UVA Medical Alumni Association Board of Directors and the UVA School of Medicine Board of Trustees, as well as on the UVA Parents Committee, which she co-chaired with her husband, Sanford Williams. The Williams have three children, who are all alumni of UVA.
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