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Victoria Williams
Victoria Williams
 District Four
 Four Year Term: January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2022
  
  After the 2018 Georgia Primary Election in May, Victoria Williams was   elected to the Clayton County Board of Education, representing District 4.   On May 29, 2018 she was appointed by the Clayton County Board of   Education to complete the unexpired term of a former board member.   Mrs.  Williams is slated to begin her four-year term, January 2019.   Located in the northwest corner of the county, District 4 includes the   following elementary, middle and high schools: Edmonds Elementary,   Fountain Elementary, Huie Elementary, King Elementary, Lake City   Elementary, Northcutt Elementary, Oliver Elementary, Unidos Dual  Language Elementary, West Clayton Elementary, Babb Middle, Forest Park   Middle, North Clayton Middle, Sequoyah Middle, Forest Park High, and   North Clayton High.  

Mrs. Williams is no stranger to public service as she has dedicated numerous years actively serving as a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) President and Vice President, as well as in other elected capacities within the local school council.  As an active citizen with children enrolled in Clayton County Public Schools, she decided to expand her role and join the efforts of other appointed/elected officials in helping Clayton County school system grow into being the greatest in the nation. 

A graduate of Bonnabel High School in Kenner, Louisiana, Mrs. Williams received an Associate’s Degree in Computer Information in 2002.  She is a native of Oklahoma City, reared in Louisiana and current resident of Georgia since 2005. 

Mrs. Williams is married with three sons.  She enjoys helping children and creating ways to make a difference in their lives.  In addition to being an active mom and longtime supporter of education, she likes movies, traveling and exploring different cultures.