Ayoni Williams

Human Resources Associate

Ayoni Williams is an HR professional with experience in operational HR, recruitment, project management, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives.

Ayoni plays a key part in delivering a best-in-class HR experience that empowers our workforce to achieve their full potential. This includes managing the entire employee lifecycle, from recruitment and onboarding to performance management and professional development. She partners with various teams across the business to ensure HR policies and practices are aligned with our mission and values, fostering a positive and inclusive work environment where all employees feel valued and supported.

Prior to joining MedAccess, Ayoni honed her skills across various HR functions in FTSE organisations. At Jordan International Bank (JIB), she led a project in adapting the HR Management System (HRMS), delivering a more efficient and streamlined process. She also led a salary benchmarking exercise that ensured fair compensation practices. Other experience includes working with organisations like Argentex PLC, where she was interim Head of HR and led the first undergraduate summer internship programme. Ayoni also designed and implemented the new starter induction programme, contributing to a positive employee onboarding experience.

Throughout her HR career, Ayoni has consistently strived to stay ahead of the curve. This dedication to continuous learning is reflected in her completion of the CIPD Level 7/MSc in International Human Resources Management. She actively seeks out opportunities to expand her wider knowledge base e.g., attending seminars and workshops offered by organisations like the Association for Foreign Banks, City HR, and HR recruitment agencies such as Frazer Jones and Oakleaf Partnership. Additionally, Ayoni leverages online resources and industry newsletters like Mischon De Reya’s DE&I and Recruitment updates.

Ayoni holds a BA in Social Policy from the University of York and a Masters in International Human Resource Management from Queen Mary, University of London.

Email Ayoni: [email protected]

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