Brionie Williams

Program and Delivery Coordinator

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Brionie supports our company and clients in a professional, generous and gracious way. As Henley Leadership Group’s Program and Delivery Coordinator, she is a production partner for our virtual programs, manages all of our assessments which includes client and executive support, and lends her administrative expertise to our team and large client projects. Brionie is naturally service-oriented and responds to client and team needs in such a way that everyone feels well looked-after and cared for. After 30 years of serving the dental industry, Brionie found a true passion in training and development. Her commitment to transformational personal and professional growth moved her towards her current role.

Brionie’s thirty years of service experience has taken her all over the world, providing her with an understanding of the diverse needs of people and the importance of relationships. As part of this rich tapestry of experience, she served as an international volunteer providing health care to people and animals.  She also taught art classes to women in Mexico as a means of achieving financial independence. She is a mother to her son, Eliot, and lives in Seattle

 

 

  • Set up a Dental Clinic in a Vietnamese Refugee Camp in Malaysia
  • Certified Dental Assistant and Operating Room Assistant for 25 years
  • Taught Mixed Media Art and Jewelry making in the US and Mexico 
  • Five years of extraordinary service as Executive Assistant to Carol and Dede
  • Proud mom of Eliot, an ER Nurse and soon to be NP and his commitment to being of service
  • Volunteered in Medical/Dental Brigade in Honduras 
  • Taught Art to Indigenous women in Mexico as a way to support their families
  • Worked with Animal Rescue in Mexico
  • Volunteered and coordinated Dental Clinics in rural Mexico for 4 years
  • Volunteered for a medical brigade recently with Eliot
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Brionie recently returned from Honduras after volunteering for a Medical/Dental Brigade with her son.