Elanda Williams is the associate program manager, navigation and engagement for product development at LSAC, ensuring LawReady students have opportunities to engage through meaningful mentorship connections and learning communities. With over 15 years in both public and private sectors, Williams has experience in program management and product and curriculum development in social services, education, workforce development, and legal advocacy.
Prior to joining LSAC in November 2021, she spent nearly 11 years at Parents as Teachers National Center, where she led the development of educational resources and tools to meet the needs of professionals and families. In addition, she has managed special projects at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, where she contributed to the development of legal advocacy curriculums for the Education Justice Program. Her editorial contributions have been featured in multiple publications including parenting and family engagement resources, curriculums, and books.
Williams earned two Master of Arts degrees in education and nonprofit administration from Lindenwood University and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Harris Stowe State University. In addition to her role at LSAC, Williams freelances as a curriculum editor where she provides services to local nonprofits in St. Louis, Missouri.