Amy Williams works with district administrators, principals, and teachers to build collaborative teams and school cultures, establish coherent and aligned systems, and develop the capacity to work with diverse learners.
In nearly 25 years as an educator, Amy has served as a teacher, school psychologist, special education program manager, K–8 principal, and coordinator for inclusive services and supports.
During her time with Sanger Unified School District, Amy has developed and established the district’s multitiered system of supports (MTSS). The process included establishing the systems and structures to meet the needs of all students, developing a coherent system using data to align initiatives and resources, and utilizing improvement science to establish a continuous, districtwide improvement process.
Amy has worked to create access and equity for all students through universal design for learning (UDL). Her experience in both general education and special education roles has provided her with a wide lens and varied perspectives to support all learners within an organization.
As its principal, Amy led Quail Lake Elementary to recognition as a California Distinguished School, as one of National Forum’s Schools to Watch, and as a Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support (PBIS) Gold School. The school was also honored by the Bonner Virtues and Character Recognition Program.
Amy earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from California State University, Fresno, along with credentials in multiple subject teaching and educational administration and supervision. She earned a master’s degree in education from National University with a credential in pupil personnel services and a specialization in school psychology.