Junius Onome Williams is a junior in Mather House pursuing a concentration in African studies with a secondary field in economics. Junius plans to pursue a career at the intersection of economic development and entrepreneurship in Africa, with a particular focus in public-private partnerships for infrastructure and energy. He is the former President of the Harvard Africa Business and Investment Club and interned at the Harvard Center for African Studies. His current research focuses on the contemporary economic relationship between Oman and the East African coast. Junius speaks French and is also pursuing a language citation in Arabic.