Daniel G. Williams, DO, has been named the American Osteopathic Association’s (AOA) new vice president of certifying board services.
In his new role, Dr. Williams will lead the association’s 18 osteopathic certifying boards. He also will oversee the Bureau of Osteopathic Specialists and the AOA certification staff team. A former vice chair of the Bureau of Osteopathic Specialists, Dr. Williams is well-versed in the governance and oversight of the osteopathic certifying boards.
“With his extensive work on his own specialty board and in governance of the osteopathic certifying boards, Dr. Williams has a deep understanding of the opportunities ahead. He brings a focused, practical approach to his leadership role, along with a passion for building high-value systems to serve current diplomates and prospective applicants,” said Adrienne White-Faines, AOA chief executive officer, in a news release.
In addition to his position at the AOA, Dr. Williams will continue to serve as a practicing osteopathic physician part-time.
See the news release for more information.