Gregory L. Williams Jr. is a Principle Investigator and Community Action Activist who partners with local community groups, agencies, boards, and government entities to promote and encourage living healthy lifestyles through physical levels of activity such as volunteering, sponsoring, and community participation & engagement. Gregory believes that physical levels of activity can help reduce and/or eliminate chronic diseases that are an associated result of living sedentary lifestyles. Gregory works diligently at continuing to support the mission, vision, and goals of his nonprofit organization, PLAY-ON, Inc., established in 2013. Gregory is a trained scientist in Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) utilizing Action Research Methodologies. Gregory holds a BS in Healthcare Management and a MBA in Healthcare Administration both from South University. In addition to, Gregory holds a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) in Leadership, Advocacy, and Epidemiology from Capella University.