Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies she teaches: Women, Hip Hop Spoken Word & Social Change; Women & Leadership; Race, Class, Gender Activism, Diversity & Difference; Black Womanhood.
Presented Papers at the National Black Studies Conference, National Women Studies Association, The 63rd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women of the United Nations, and The Rutgers Center on Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation and the Chancellor’s Commission on Diversity and Transformation, and more.
below is a condensed timeline of the scholarly journey of Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams
Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams graduated from Seton Hall, with a Bachelor of Arts
She earned a
Master’s of Public Administration (M.P.A.) from the University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs.
Dr. Ellis-Williams earned her doctorate in Public Policy from Cornell University, School of Human Ecology where she graduated in 1996.
NEW JERSEY CITY
Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams is Professor and Chair of Women’s and Gender Studies at New Jersey City University where she has worked for over 23 years.