Taft attorney Hayley B. Williams has been named a 2016 Crain’s Cleveland Business Forty Under 40 winner.
Williams focuses her practice on general health care law, fraud and abuse, Medicare billing and compliance, and regulatory and business transactions. Her practice also includes public sector matters, including municipal, school and public/private sector partnerships. Williams acts as the assistant law director for the city of Independence.
Williams’ personal life is also infused with a passion for health care. For 15 years, she has worked tirelessly for the JD Breast Cancer Foundation, propelling the small grass roots non-profit in dynamic ways. She served on its board as vice president and president and promotes its financial assistance services throughout the community. The annual Pink Carpet Gala fundraiser that she established in 2009 celebrates the survivorship of women diagnosed with breast cancer.
The Forty under 40 awards gala will take place on Nov. 21 at the Cleveland Public Auditorium from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Now in its 25th year, Crain’s Forty under 40 program has honored over 900 individuals for their professional success and civic contributions.
Click here to view the winners for 2016.