Macie Williams, Occupational Therapist at The Oaks, is from Monroe, Louisiana, but made the big move across the river to West Monroe in 2002. She graduated from Ouachita Parish High School in 1991 and graduated from Northeast Louisiana University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in 1995. Although she mainly sees patients at The Oaks, she also supervises at Mary Goss Nursing Home and West Monroe Guest House. Having worked for The Summit for the past 12 years, Macie has worked in many areas of Louisiana, including Winnsboro, Wisner, Monroe, and West Monroe.
She and her husband Joey have been married for fourteen years. Macie has 2 daughters: Avery, who turns 20 in May, and Alec, who is 11. Avery is a sophomore at Tulane University in New Orleans and Alec is in 5th grade at Claiborne Elementary.
As for hobbies, she and her girls run races. Macie, Alec, and her niece Brittany have run in one 5k per month since October of 2014. That’s 18 races! They did their first 10k this past March and ran their first half marathon last week. Avery did her first half marathon in February in New Orleans. Her other hobby is keeping up with Alec and her extracurricular activities such as tennis, piano lessons and art classes.