Manteca, California
Professor of Human Services
Modesto Junior College - Human Services
San Joaquin
Cheryl Williams-Jackson is a full-time professor and the program coordinator in the Human Services Department at Modesto Junior College in Modesto, California. She has taught and worked with infants and toddlers since 1996.

Williams-Jackson continues to work closely with teachers and as the Lead Consultant for WJ Developmental Consultants, where she provides support to programs that serve children and teenagers, including early care and education programs and mental health professionals. She currently works closely with organizations to integrate trauma-informed practices, stress reduction, and teacher self-care into the culture and policies of their programs. She has served as the Lead Trainer for the Bay Area ECE Equity Institute.

Williams-Jackson received an MS in educational psychology and completed graduate level course work in child development at San Jose State University. She received a doctorate in clinical psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy Graduate University (APA). She has clinical training in early childhood mental health and family therapy.