Dr Henrietta Williams graduated with MBBS at University of London in 1985. Following this she specialised in primary care in UK with a special interest in sexual health and womens health. Since 1995 she concentrated solely in sexual health obtaining post graduate qualifications in genito-urinary medicine and reproductive health in UK.
Since moving to Australia in 1998 she has worked solely in sexual and reproductive health obtaining her Masters in Public Health (MPH) and Fellowship of the Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine (FAChSHM) from the Australasian College of Physicians. Her work involves clinical sexual and reproductive health at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre and teaching and research at the Sexual Health Centre, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne. She co-ordinates the post graduate teaching in sexual health in the form of a post graduate certificate in sexual health and the sexual health stream in the masters of public health. Her research interests are focused on access to services, adolescent sexual and reproductive health and professional development and education of other health professionals.