Don Williams

Don Williams

Don Williams is President and CEO of Princeton Healthcare Inc., a healthcare solutions provider, and exporter, that develops financing for hospitals, clinics, international agencies and companies worldwide. Princeton is based in the Atlanta area and has offices in Sao Paolo, Brazil.

While an executive at several large international corporations, including Daimler Benz (Dornier Medical), Hewlett Packard, and Siemens, Mr. Williams handled international trade and financing transactions in Canada, Europe and Latin America, and developed healthcare technology and services markets in a number of emerging nations. Mr. Williams was also responsible for developing the USA market, for “new to the market” healthcare technologies.

As CEO of Princeton, Mr. Williams engineered the first sale of healthcare equipment and structured finance to the West African nation of Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) that was underwritten by the Export-Import Bank of the United States. He has since completed numerous construction, equipment, service, and financing transactions in Latin America, West Africa and Asia, and is now regarded as a leading authority in U.S. trade and financing for emerging markets. Princeton’s financing achievements in Africa and Latin America lead to a receipt of a special award from the U.S. Department of Commerce. Over the last year, Mr. Williams developed the investment banking strategy, and orchestrated the merger of a leading Biotech Firm in South Korea with a US Public Company. Most recently, under the leadership of Mr. Williams and the Princeton Team, was Chief Advisor to the acquisition of a leading Hospital System in Brazil and a public traded company, Investment Company.

Williams was Vice-Chair and currently serves on the United States Department of Commerce’s Industry Sector/Advisory Committee (ITAC 11) on international trade for Small/Medium-Sized Firms, the top governmental advisory group on small/medium sized businesses. Mr. Williams also serves as an Advisor, on the Industry Advisory Committee for Intellectual Property Rights.

He serves as Board Director for the Export and Finance Association of the United States (SBEA), and Board Director for National Small Business Association.

Williams was selected by former President Jimmy Carter to be a Member of the Board of Councilors of the Carter Center in Atlanta, the human rights institute founded by the former President.

Mr. Williams holds a Bachelors Degree from Boston University and a Masters in Management from Northeastern University. He is a graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business, Executive Marketing & Business Program, and is a former Adjunct Professor of Finance, Marketing, Healthcare Business Strategy, and Business Policy.