Charles Modupe Norman-Williams (1911) was a chief medical adviser to the government, a post once occupied by Samuel Manuwa. He was also a director of health services for the World Health Organization's African region.
Norman-Williams received education from the C.M.S. Grammar School, Lagos, King's College, Lagos and then the University of Edinburgh. A surgeon by trianing, he was a house surgeon and physician in 1939 and became a medical officer a year later.