BCPS Superintendent receives leadership award

Dr. Angela Williams

Dr. Angela Williams

Every year during Women’s History Month, the Georgia Legislature Women’s Caucus recognizes outstanding women in Georgia who exemplify the leadership and inspiration embodied by Representative Randall, the first African American woman to be elected to the Georgia General Assembly from Middle Georgia.

Randall held several leadership positions within the government and other professional organizations, including chair of the Legislative Women’s Caucus. This year, Burke County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Angela Williams received the Nikki T. Randall Servant Leadership Award.

Women have always been the backbone of our communities, selflessly giving their time, talents and attention to their neighbors and members of their community in addition to their own families. The Covid-19 pandemic created an even greater need for strong women and women such as Dr. Angela Williams have stepped in and accepted that responsibility, a press release stated Tuesday.

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