Dr. Tami Williams currently serves as an assistant professor in the educational leadership department at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Dr. Tami Williams currently serves as an assistant professor in the educational leadership department at the University of Nebraska Omaha. She is also the former director of assessment, research, and evaluation at Millard Public Schools in Nebraska, where she led assessment innovations, program evaluations, data storage and reporting, and data professional development.
Prior to this work, Tami served as a teacher, behavior interventionist, assistant principal, and district administrator. Once a member of Phi Delta Kappa, she was also selected for the PDK Emerging Leaders class in 2012 and received the 2010 Linda Gehrig Educational Leadership Award from the Metropolitan Reading Council. Tami has presented on a variety of important issues including social justice, program evaluation, and school improvement at several local and national conferences.
Tami received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a teacher endorsement in secondary education from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. She earned a master’s degree in educational leadership, a principal certificate, a doctorate in education, and a superintendent certificate from the University of Nebraska Omaha.