Maeve Williams

Vaccine Education (Peer-to-Peer) Project Manager
640M Aldevron Tower
(701) 231-1827

Maeve Williams is the Peer-to-Peer Project Manager for the NDSU Department of Public Health Center for Immunization Research and Education (CIRE). In this role, Maeve works to coordinate clinician-to-clinician vaccine education for medical providers throughout the state of North Dakota. She also provides vaccine education to local public health units throughout the state. The goal of this project is to keep vaccine providers up-to-date with vaccine information and important topics to support their confidence in communicating with patients.

Maeve spent most of her childhood growing up in Omaha, Nebraska, but moved to Fargo in 2018 to pursue her undergraduate education. She graduated from NDSU in May 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management with minors in both Public Health and History. Maeve began her work in public health during an internship with Fargo Cass Public Health, beginning in March 2020 with the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She continued working for the agency in various roles where she developed a particular interest in health communication and education. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Public Health from NDSU.

When she’s not at work, Maeve prioritizes spending time with friends and family. She also enjoys shopping, going on walks, and spending time at the lake in the summer.

Accepted Abstracts & Presentations

Williams M, Larson M, Nichols A, Rubinstein E, Carson P. “There’s being right, and there’s being effective”: Evaluation of an intervention to improve patient-provider interactions during COVID-19 and beyond. Accepted at: APHA 2023 Annual Meeting & Expo; November 12-15, 2023; Atlanta, GA.

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