Anna Williams grew up in Homer (formerly known as Anna Dickerson). She first arrived here from New Zealand as a three year old when her Yankee father convinced her Kiwi mother that they would just visit for the summer.
She earned an English degree at the University of Puget Sound in 2003, where she was the first Homer High graduate to make a college soccer team and also joined the rowing team, and the rugby team (just long enough to break her arm). After some commercial fishing and some world travelling, she returned to Alaska and earned her Nursing degree at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) in 2007.
Anna has practiced as an inpatient RN in Pediatrics at Alaska Native Hospital and as a Medical-Surgical and Labor and Delivery nurse at South Peninsula Hospital. After a seven year journey that was interrupted by the birth of her adorable son Elijah in 2011, and marriage to the charming Steven Williams in 2013, she earned her Master’s degree from UAA in 2017. She is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Anna likes working at Homer Medical Center with a wonderful team of medical assistants, nurses, and providers who support each other and have excellent patient care as their top priority.