Frank Williams, Jr. was born in Mississippi and relocated to White Plains New York in 1974.
Mr. Williams is the Executive Director of the White Plains Youth Bureau. As the director, he is responsible for developing, coordinating, managing, and promoting a wide variety of youth development programming that enhances the health, workforce development and career readiness of White Plains youth and community outreach. Under his leadership, the White Plains Youth Bureau is recognized as a national model agency that provides pathways and opportunities for youth to grow, succeed and reach their goals. Mr. Williams holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Anthropology from Tougaloo College and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Fordham University.
"I would be honored to be considered a candidate for The College of Westchester Board of Trustees. The College of Westchester has a special place in my heart, I would be proud to serve on the Board of Trustee," Mr. Williams said recently. “CW is a jewel in the city of White Plains and Westchester County. It has a great reputation, and my hope is that our parents and youth will learn of the wonderful opportunities available there,” Mr. Williams concluded.
The College of Westchester Board of Trustees welcomes Frank and his immeasurable and unique experience with youth development, employment, and involvement in public service. “With Frank’s skills and expertise, he brings decades of experience in employment and training for young adults to CW, and we are honored to have him join our board of trustees,” said Mary Beth Del Balzo, President and CEO.