Brendan Williams is currently working at New Hampshire Health Care Association as the President/CEO.
Brendan Williams worked at Washington Health Care Association for more or less 5 years as Executive Director. He supervised statewide trade association with over 300 care facilities, 10 permanent staff, group retrospective rating program (workers’ compensation), and $2.2 million annual budget.
Brendan Williams also worked as a judicial law clerk at Washington Health Care Association for two years. While working there, he wrote legal memoranda to all nine justices advising on assigned cases and motions and reviewed Washington and foreign laws extensively on issues ranging from administrative law to the death penalty, and prepared the first draft of opinions.
In succeeding years, Brendan Williams defeated a combined $144 million in proposed Medicaid nursing home cuts and obtained $62.4 million in increases no other state services received while working as Executive Director.
In addition to it, he has extraordinary negotiation skills owing to which he negotiated a tax settlement for boarding homes worth $31 million in first four years alone. Brendan Williams started as an attorney in complex regulatory field and later was promoted to executive director July 2002.
In 1998, Brendan Williams got licensed to practice law in Washington State (WSBA #27889).