Diane D. Williams is an Adjunct Faculty member and Fellow at the China Center for Social Policy. Diane is currently completing her PhD in Social Work focused on productive aging in older adult populations with specific attention on social integration and retirement. Previously, Diane has earned a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy and a Master’s in Social Work from Columbia School of Social Work. Most recently, Diane has worked on the AARP Disrupt Disparities IL Report which focuses on racial disparities among older adults across topic areas of economic security, health equity, and connectivity. Currently, Diane serves as an NASW IL Delegate.