Mr. Williams is the father of a Westminster graduate (Class of 2009). He has been an unofficial, but warm supporter of Westminster School since his son entered Kindergarten. Mr. Williams recently retired after 36 years of Federal service. During his career, Mr. Williams held managerial, supervisory and leadership positions in administrative management to include personnel management, budget formulation and execution, risk management, personal and physical security, facilities management and maintenance, and property management, along with many other administrative subject area fields. Mr. Williams’ career covered several stops with the Department of Navy, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and finally, several senior positions with the Patent and Trademark Office.
At one point or another during his career, Mr. Williams lead subordinate staffs in the management and execution of administrative programs that supported over 15,000 military and civilian personnel around the world and was responsible for budgets that exceeded $450 million. He also assisted in the management of over 2.1 million square feet of office space, including the acquisition of lease-build spaces and disposal of surplus office facilities.
Mr. Williams is a renaissance man, noted for his humbleness and dedication to improving whatever he is working on. He is a well-rounded, valuable member of Westminster’s Board of Trustees.