Junius Onome Williams
Junius Onome Williams is a Research Assistant at the Center for African Studies. He is a senior at Harvard College, where he concentrates in African studies track with a language citation in Arabic. His current thesis examines the contemporary economic relationship between Oman and East Africa. Junius spent his junior year abroad, studying African history at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, England and Arabic in Muscat, Oman. He has worked at McKinsey & Company and Jumia House in Accra, Ghana, and is former president of the Harvard Africa Business and Investment Club. He plans to pursue a career at the intersection of renewable energy and management consulting in sub-Saharan Africa and the Arab World. In addition to these pursuits, Junius is an active jazz drummer with over fifteen years of experience. He enjoys international travel, wine, and political thrillers.