February Erie Lights
Black History Month
Between working as the Senior Director of Patient Access Operations, acting as DEI officer at Erie, and running her fitness program, Kellie Medious is always on the move. Kellie, a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign graduate, wears many hats for one simple reason: she enjoys helping people. "I do it for so many other women that are a part of my tribe that may not even live in Chicago or Illinois that I am helping to improve their health. That's what keeps me motivated to do it every day," said Kellie.
Kimberly Williams, a proud Chicago native, is more than just the Health Center Operations at Erie Division Street and Teen Center. She's an avid reader and a real people person: a trait she takes great pride in. Kimberly's introduction to the healthcare industry began with her family. It grew when she started her college career at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After her time at the U of I, she kicked off her professional career in HIV/STI prevention as a Communicable Disease Control Investigator. A role she felt got rid of her shyness and reaffirmed her commitment to serving her community, in and outside of the workplace. You can learn more about Kimberly at the Erie Website.