French Language Professor with over 20 years of experience in cross-cultural teaching and mentoring
Rachael Williams teaches French language classes at IWP.
Experience as an instructor
Rachael Williams is an accomplished multi-lingual professional with over 20 years of experience in cross-cultural teaching and mentoring. In addition to teaching at IWP, Prof. Williams is a language instructor at Liberty University and serves as a French language and culture consultant for multiple organizations. Additionally, Prof. Williams is fluent in Spanish and conversational in German and has fundamental basic understandings of Arabic, Persian, and Russian.
Cultural and international experience
Prof. Williams has spent much time internationally, spanning from North America to a multitude of European nations and Arabic speaking states in Western Asia and North Africa. She has lived in Dubai, UAE; Tunis, Tunisia; and Paris France. Williams has contacts from all around the globe, covering places from Lebanon to Singapore and Venezuela.
Prof. Williams is the founding editor of Voices of Justice Magazine, which focuses on increasing awareness of human trafficking. During her time with Voices of Justice, Prof. Williams also worked with some of the most influential counter human trafficking organizations, such as A21, World Vision, and Free the Slaves.
In the field of intelligence gathering, Williams has made contacts through multiple women leading to vital information on entities such as the Muslim Brotherhood and Hezbollah & the PLO. She has built deep networks and relationships to better understand foreign government systems and local sentiments.