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Betty Jeane Williams, American home administrator. Active Century Club Young Men’s Christian Association; Member of National Association Female Executives.


Williams, Betty Jeane was born on August 11, 1948 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Charles and Jessie Mae (Howard) Williams.


A.A., Los Angeles Harbor Junior College, 1970. Bachelor of Arts, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1973.


Counselor Compton Urban Corps, California, 1973—1974. Chief counselor, 1974—1975. Assistant director, 1975—1976.

Director, 1976—1978; manpower program director City of Compton, 1978—1980. Administrator Williams Home, Compton, since 1980. Manpower consultant Chairman Project Hope, Compton Community College, since 1979.

Member Veterans Employment Board, since 1983. Board directors Paul Robeson Players, since 1979, Mid-County Action Coalition, Employment Training Advisory Committee.


Baptism should only be administered to individuals who are capable of understanding the true meaning of the rite and also capable of understanding faith.


Christians should seek to apply their spiritual and moral values to the political process rather than politicize the church.


Spiritual support, encouragement and challenge should be major strengths of a Christian community.


Active Century Club Young Men’s Christian Association. Member of National Association Female Executives.