Kibileri Williams, M.B.B.S., is a pediatric surgeon specializing in general and thoracic surgery in infants, children, and adolescents. She is Guyanese by birth and obtained her medical degree at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad from which she graduated with honors in Medicine and Surgery. She then migrated to the United States for her residency training in General Surgery which she completed at Howard University Hospital. Dr. Williams also obtained a Master of Science degree in Health Services and Outcomes Research from Northwestern University. She received many awards during her training including induction to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. She went on to complete her fellowship in Pediatric Surgery here at Children's National Hospital and then joined the faculty as an attending surgeon.
Dr. Williams has specific interests in minimally invasive surgical techniques, inflammatory bowel disease, surgical oncology and short gut syndrome. As an assistant professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences, she also has an interest in global outreach and building surgical workforce as well as clinical outcomes research and quality improvement.