Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS)
The Prince William County School Board elected Loree Y. Williams, Woodbridge District, to a one-year term as the vice chairwoman of the board. Her term begins Jan. 22, 2020. Williams was re-elected in November 2019 to represent the Woodbridge Magisterial District.
Williams is Chair of the board for the Governor’s School @ Innovation Park. She has also served on the Joint CIP Committee comprised of both the Prince William County School Board and the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. She is an advocate for early childhood intervention programs and for enhancing the skills of under-performing students.
As a lifelong resident of the area, Williams attended Prince William County Public Schools. One of her sons is a graduate of PWCS and the other currently attends school in the Division. She has a long history of volunteer service to the county, starting as a youth volunteer during her teenage years. As an adult, she has volunteered with many programs ranging from sports groups to the Boy Scouts.
About Loree Williams
She has been an active and involved parent at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, including service as a PTA president. She also served for three years on the Prince William County Public Schools Gifted Education Advisory Council. Williams is a graduate of George Mason University. Her bachelor’s degree is integrative studies with specialization in conflict resolution and peace studies.
She has more than a decade of service in corporate-level executive administration. Williams has extensive experience in organizational management, office management and operations, public affairs administration, facilities management planning, purchasing/inventory control, conflict resolution, and mediation. She is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Williams is a corporate administrator at a private corporation in Washington, D.C. She is focused on using her management and policy skills to help PWCS deliver on Providing A World-Class Education.