Pamela Williams is Assistant Dean for Executive Education at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Williams oversees all aspects of Executive Education at Carey and has been instrumental in establishing and growing the program since 2015.
Williams joined Johns Hopkins University in 1993 as an academic advisor at the Johns Hopkins School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, the predecessor to the Carey Business School. She was later promoted to administrative program director for the Finance Department, where she oversaw the administrative design of the school’s first master’s degree level major in finance in 1996. Williams also helped develop the program into the University’s first Master of Science in Finance degree, which is currently the Carey Business School’s largest degree program.
Williams left Johns Hopkins in 2001 to work as a recruiting consultant in the defense industry before returning to the Carey Business School in 2009. Prior to becoming Assistant Dean for Executive Education, Williams served as an academic advisor and as director for part-time programs for the Admissions Office.
Williams earned a MS in Finance from Johns Hopkins University.