Dr. Floyd Williams, Jr.

Email (Personal)fwilliam@kusd.edu
Email (School)Kenosha Unified School District
BiographyFloyd Williams, Jr. has been dedicated to education since 1997. Dr. Williams has a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from Marquette University, a M.S. in Administrative Leadership from Concordia University, and an Ed. D in Leadership for the Advancement of Learning and Service from Cardinal Stritch University. He holds licenses for Superintendent: Pre-K-12, Principal: Pre-K-12, and Teacher: Grades 1-8. He is a member of the Administrators and Supervisors Council, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, International Reading Association, Metropolitan Milwaukee Alliance of Black School Educators, National Association of Elementary School Principals, National Parent Teacher Association and many others. During his tenure he has served as a science teacher, reading teacher and principal. His dedication has led to increased student achievement and has moved schools from need for improvement to satisfactory. His ability to turn schools around has made him a highly sought after leader that has been placed where his abilities were used to help students achieve success. His rigor and focus has not only helped schools academically, but also financially. Within one year as a principal of an elementary school, he activated a financial plan that resulted in the elimination of an $88,000 deficit in the school’s budget. Dr. Williams has become a mentor for beginning and experienced principals, helping them work through issues regarding improvement initiatives; fiscal management; staff supervision; implementation of systemic policies and procedures; and other critical school matters. In 2009, Dr. Williams was featured as one of three Milwaukee Principals whose individual style is making a difference in the lives of his students. As principal of George Washington Carver Academy of Mathematics and Science, a K4 thru 8 school, Dr. Williams has been able to make a significant difference in the lives of the children he serves; holding all of his students to high standards and accepting nothing less.