Empowering Leadership: Computing Scholars of Tomorrow Alliance
Talithia Williams is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics  at Harvey Mudd College.  In her present capacity as a junior faculty member, she exemplifies the role of teacher and scholar through outstanding research, with a passion for integrating and motivating the educational process with real world statistical applications.  Her educational background includes a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Masters’ degrees in both Mathematics and Statistics, and a Doctorate in Statistics.  Her professional experiences include research appointments at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the National Security Agency (NSA), and NASA.  In addition to her academic accomplishments, Talithia is also a woman of faith.  The multifaceted nature of her being is infused with bold, vibrant splashes of servitude that embody a quest to live out the eternal ideals of God. She and her husband, Donald, actively teach and share the biblical constructs of Christian marriage.  Their ministry involvement ranges from marriage mentoring to teaching Natural Family Planning (NFP) fertility awareness methodologies.  She is a member of Pomona First Baptist Church and resides in Pomona, California with her husband, Donald, and their sons, Josiah and Noah.