Deborah Williams is in her second season with the men’s basketball team, but her fifth overall at Georgetown, having previously worked with the women’s basketball program. She was named Special Programs Coordinator in July 2014.
A 2013 Georgetown graduate majoring in government and minoring in African American studies as well as sociology, Williams was active on campus.
Williams is a 2009 graduate of Wilbur D. Mills University High School and is a native of Little Rock, Ark. She was a guard on the girls basketball team for all four years serving as captain of her freshman team as well as the varsity team her senior year. Williams’ squad won its district in 2007.
Williams was a member of the National Honor Society as well as the Beta Club in addition to being named a National AP Scholar. She was outstanding academically winning the A. Philip Randolph Award. The drummer was a drumline section leader in the band.
She was also active in student government serving as the student council president and vice president of the junior class committee.
Williams is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Georgetown’s sports industry management program. She resides in Alexandria, Va.