MADISON (WKOW) -- Christine Williams is a mother of two, works as a transcription and record quality manager at UW Hospital, and still managed to lose 160 lbs.
Tuesday she was named UW Hospital and Clinics' Working Mother of the Year.
Williams has been able to balance her career while raising her two children, 4-year-old Warren and 1-year-old Whitney.
She lost 60 lbs. after having Warren and was in the best shape of her life.
But during her second pregnancy, she gained 100 lbs.
Williams was able to lose it again with proper diet and exercise.
She also was able to encourage her staff of 80 workers to get involved in healthier living and help them reach their weight-loss goals.
That's why the hospital named her Working Mother of the Year.
The award is in conjunction with Working Mother magazine.
Williams and her family will head to New York to receive the award.
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