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Dr. Tiffanie L. Williams is a native of Jacksonville, Florida who received her Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University in Family, Child, & Consumer Sciences in 2004. She received her Masters in Social Work from Florida State University in 2008 then attended Nova Southeastern University where she obtained her doctorate degree in Health Sciences in 2016. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Florida and has provided mental health services for 11 years. She continues to provide mental health services through her private practice- MasterPeaceCounseling Services, LLC.
She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter, The Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition, and the Leadership Council with UF Health Jacksonville.
On November 15th, 2016 Dr. Williams experienced the stillbirth of her son Liam Elijah Wesley Boatwright and on November 28th, 2016 took her pain and turned it into purpose by establishing Liam Lives Foundation, Inc.- A faith-based, non-profit charitable organization, which seeks to provide counseling and supportive services to families who have suffered from pregnancy and infant loss due to early miscarriage, stillbirth, preterm birth, neonatal, and post-neonatal death.
Through Liam Lives, families have received counseling and support group services, financial services to assist with funeral arrangements, headstones, and memory boxes to help with grief and memorialize their child. The foundation also provides free Angel gowns for the babies burial, and education on the impact of pregnancy loss and infant death on mental health, family, and the community. The organization has made a local, national, and international impact reaching families in Florida, Georgia, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, Utah, Indiana, Washington, Jamaica, Haiti, Italy, India, Kenya, and South Africa.
Dr. Williams was afforded the opportunity to travel internationally to Haiti and Kenya. While in Haiti she conducted a workshop at Dr. Raoul Pierre-Louis Hospital with local women who experienced pregnancy loss and doctoral students. Her trip to Kenya provided her the opportunity to conduct a full-day workshop with community workers, loss moms, and their supporters in Bungoma County.
Over the past two years Liam Lives Foundation successfully raised funds to purchase a Cuddle Cot to place in UF Health- Jacksonville and Baptist Medical Center South. The Cuddle Cot is a cooling system used to provide families, who have experienced early miscarriage and stillbirth, with the gift of time. The foundation’s goal is to place a Cuddle Cot in every Jacksonville area hospital.
Dr. Williams hopes to use her personal experiences to increase awareness surrounding pregnancy loss and infant death and its impact on families. In 2019, Dr. Williams published her first book entitled Worth Fighting For a memoir
chronicling the loss of her stillborn son. Ultimately, she’s a willing vessel, ready to be used by God; in order to show the world God’s favor over her life even in the midst of tragedy.
Because of her exemplary professional achievements and community contributions both locally and abroad, Dr. Williams has received recognition as the 2011 Child Guidance Center, Arlington Outpatient Team Member of the Year Award; a 2014 Florida Black Pages Top 20 under 40 Honoree; a 2017 and 2019 Powerful In Pink Honoree; the 2017 Jacksonville Jaycees Community Humanitarian Award Honoree; The Women’s Center of Jacksonville 2018 Unsung She-Ro Award; a Florida State University 2018 Notable ‘Nole honoree; and the 2021 Jacksonville
Image Award’s “Be the Change” award recipient. Dr. Williams enjoys traveling and working out. She is defined by her strength, resilience, tenacity, quick wit, ability to make others laugh, and loyalty to family and close friends.
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