Jaslene Williams, MSSW is the former Vice President and Program Manager for ARCH Institute. She has close to 30 years of direct experience in mental health, family and child services, case management and staff development, and prevention curriculum project management in St. Croix. Prior to joining ARCH, Ms. Williams served as the Acting Director for the Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services within the VI Department of Health, as well as, the Prevention Director for the District of St. Croix. In these positions, and as a result of her familiarity with the Crucian culture and language, she was directly responsible for St. Croix being awarded a SAMHSA/CSAP Strategic Prevention Framework-State Incentive Grant. Ms. Williams also served as the Program Manager for ARCH Institute’s subaward from the UVI MSI-CBO grant. In this capacity, Ms. Williams connected community-based young adults to the MSI-CBO initiative as well as being the community liaison for centers of influences in St. Croix, VI. Ms. Williams is still active member of the ARCH Institute community serving as an advisor on the drug-free community Coalition for Adolescents and Young Adults. Ms. Williams enjoys gardening, reading and spending time with her Saturday breakfast group to catch up on the week’s happenings in the community, locally and globally.