Cornelia Williams is a senior at Georgetown University studying human science. She co-founded EMTomorrow in June 2020 with two colleagues at Georgetown, both of whom share her passion for health equity. Outside of EMTomorrow, Williams is an EMT and director of organizational equity for Georgetown EMS.
EMTomorrow is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit creating an accessible emergency medical service pathway for underserved young adults by providing free EMT training. The program addresses the financial, social and geographical inaccessibility in EMT training and supports a career in medicine by ensuring immediate job placement into a paid position.
The EmPOWERED to Serve Business Accelerator ™ works with diverse social entrepreneurs and organizations improving social determinants of health in their community, which are health risk factors, especially for underserved populations. Social determinants include, but are not limited to, race bias, income, education, stress, pollution, housing availability, transportation and access to healthy foods.