Clinical Case Manager
Latrice Williams is a social worker from Gainesville, Florida. She graduated from Saint Leo University with a Bachelors in Social Work in May of 2017, and she earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from Walden University in November 2019. Latrice is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi) & The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Latrice is also a Certified Trauma Professional. She is a mentor for Take Stock and Children mentoring program and has received many awards such as the 2018 Presidential Volunteer Service medal from former President Obama through her vast contributions to children/adolescents in suicide/violent prevention as an Intern for UF PALS THRIVE Program where she is also implemented a mentoring mental health seminar for teen girls. On top of all of her many attributes, Latrice is also the Founder of a non-profit name Holding Hands & Healing Hearts Inc., which is a 501c3 mentoring organization to motivate and empower females age 8+. Latrice has a passion for others and to service in their time of need. She values herself on helping those that may be unable to help themselves. She serves as an advocate and leader for her community.
Latrice’s current role is the Social Worker at the Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases at UF Health in the Huntington’s Disease Society America Center of Excellence and the Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence.
Latrice is the mother of two children, ages 8 & 10, whom are the light of her world. Latrice has had the love and support from her loving Fiance who she says has pushed and motivated her greatly. She is a die hard Gators fan.