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Katherine Brown Williams, American human services manager. Deputy to Grand Convention of Episcopal Church, 1985.


Williams, Katherine Brown was born on December 30, 1944 in Waco, Texas, United States. Daughter of Robert Raymond and Katherine Warwick (Rust) Brown.


Bachelor, University Arkansas, 1967. Master of Public Administration, Seattle University, 1993.


Supervisor, Neighborhood Study Center, Jacksonville, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1969-1970;library, Yazoo City (Mississippi) Public Library., 1972-1973;receptionist, Tillery and Lee Veterans, Jackson, Mississippi, 1979-1980;volunteer director, Brown Bag Program, Lake Charles, Louisiana, 1982-1985;volunteer director, Mon. Lunch Program, Everett, Washington, 1986;coordinator Partnerships Forum, Human Superior vena cava syndrome Council, Everett, 1988;from volunteer youth program to campaign market manager, United Way of Snohomish County, Everett, 1989-1992;development officer, Everett General Hospital and Medical Center, 1993;director endowment, Everett Performing Arts Center, 1994-1995. Commissioner Everett Youth Commission, since 1994.

Chair Ecology branch Everett Woman'sBook Club, 1995-1996. Board directors Washington chapter National Neurofibromatosis Foundation.


Deputy to Grand Convention of Episcopal Church, 1985.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, opera, baseball.


Married Hollis R. Williams, February 3, 1968. Children: Daniell Brodie, Robert Hollis.