Juliette Marsh Williams

Juliette Marsh Williams, J.C.L. is a lecturer of Canon Law and Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University, and program coordinator of the Degree Completion Program in the Center for Religion and Spirituality. She comes to LMU with a wealth of ministry experience as a lay woman in the Catholic Church, from Parish to Archdiocesan level, as a preacher, workshop leader, teacher, advocate and spiritual counselor.

Currently serving as director of Ministry Effectiveness at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, Ms. Williams was honored by Leadership America and Women’s Resources as one of the 40 young women leaders in the United States. She is the first married woman to be extended the invitation to study Canon Law for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and holds a degree in Canon Law from the Catholic University of America. She has served on the preaching team at Mater Dolorosa Passionist Retreat Center in Sierra Madre, and as pastoral associate at St. Elizabeth of Hungary.