Dr. Olajide Williams: Preventing Stroke Through Health Literacy

Dr. Olajide Williams is a dedicated neurologist and champion for public health. His mission is to tackle stroke disparities and improve health literacy for Blacks and Latinos and local New York City communities where stroke mortality rates are higher He is the visionary founder of the Community Health Worker Training program as well as Hip Hop Health, both aimed to improve health and health literacy through community-based education and prevention programs.

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