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Rebecca Williams

Rebecca Williams

Operations Manager

JW Legal Support Services

Allen, TX

I am passionate about building and maintaining relationships, bringing order to chaos and am always interested in new opportunities that allow me to grow both professionally and personally.




Despite everything, no one can dictate who you are to other people.” — Prince
“There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.”—C.S. Lewis
Success is liking yourself, liking what you do and liking how you do it. - Maya Angelou

University of New Orleans

Masters of Business Adminstration

I completed my MBA with a Marketing Concentration and was able to participate in a marketing internship with the New Orleans Hornets, NBA team.

Life Is Short. Make It Great. Let Nothing Take You Down. —Sophia Bush
Balance is always in discipline - Carolina Herrera

Louisiana State University

Bachelor of Science, Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising

I bleed purple and gold so it was only natural I would attend LSU. I majored in Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising with a concentration in Merchandising. While attending LSU, I was a member of the following organizations that enhanced my college experience: Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority (Athletics Chairman and Purchase Fund Officer) and Angel Flight/Silver Wings (Recruitment Chairman and Social Chairman). I was also able to complete an Internship with Ralph Lauren Childrenswear.


JW Legal Support Services

Operations Manager

I am a commissioned Notary Public, State of Texas and am currently working with the owner to develop the business. I provide mobile notary services and excellent customer service to clients and vendors, prepare legal documents for notary appointments and real estate closing transactions. I am also responsible for intermediate level bookkeeping including creating invoices for billing purposes.

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Dallas Regional Medical Center

Director Medical Staff Services

The primary role of Medical Staff Services is to credential the Physicians and Allied Health Staff at a Hospital. Credentialing is the process of verifying the applicants education, work history, references, medical licenses and board certification. This allows the Credentialing Committee to make an informed decision on a particular applicant. This process is completed at least every two years. The Medical Staff Office also ensures all Joint Commission Accreditation requirements are met and maintained.

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Baylor Medical Center at Uptown

Manager, Medical Staff Services

In addition to the usual Credentialing responsibilities (processing initial and reappointment applications and maintaining various requirements), I also assisted with Marketing initiatives including the annual Easter Egg Hunt, reviewing and approving landing pages for specialties to be included on the hospital website, online concierge information, and was the contact for website submissions. I was also a member of the education and products committee and AIDET training and implementation.


Children's Medical Center

Medical Staff Coordinator

I primarily worked with the Allied Health Professional group. I developed/implemented new methods for improving the credentialing process including: creation of credentialing tips & tricks sheet to properly complete applications, aligning reappointment dates across specialties & researching & implementing the use of E*Value for Ongoing Professional Performance Evaluations.

Staff Care

Multiple Positions

I started as a Privileging Coordinator and was responsible for 40-60 files a month. In August 2005, I was nominated by my regional sales team and received employee of the month. As soon as I was eligible (November 2005), I was promoted to Senior Privileging Coordinator. In February 2006, I was promoted to Privileging Manager and was responsible for 3-6 coordinators. I wrote and delivered evaluations and performed audits. In October 2007, I was given the opportunity to transition to the Licensing department and manage a team of 3-6 coordinators.