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G. Gordon Williamson, American educator, occupational therapist. Certified special educator. Certified occupational therapist. Model demonstration grantee United States Department Education, 1983, in-service education grantee, 1986, outreach training grantee, 1989, 1992; special project award Spina Bifida Association American, 1987.


Williamson, G. Gordon was born on December 15, 1946 in Little Rock. Son of James Gaston and Wrenetta (Worthen) Williamson.


Bachelor, Emory University, 1968. Master of Science, Columbia University, 1970. Master of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1976.

Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1978.


Occupational therapist New York University Medical Center, 1970-1972. Consultant United Cerebral Palsy Associations Incorporated, New York York City, 1973-1977. Associate clinical professor College Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, since 1976.

Director pediatric rehabilitation John F. Kennedy Medical Center, Edison, New Jersey, since 1977. Chairman paternal and child health advisory committee New Jersey Department Health, Trenton, 1985-1987. Member early childhood advisory committee New Jersey Department Education, Trenton, 1986-1987.

Board directors National Center for Clinical Infant Programs.


Fellow American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Development Medical (member science program 1989), American Occupational Therapy Association (resource specialist in early intervention 1988-1990). Member Council for Exceptional Children (division for early childhood)(treasurer 1986-1988), New Jersey Early Intervention Coalition (president 1982-1984).