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Matt Williams
Champion of Equity – School Leadership

Matt Williams

Matt Williams
Champion of Equity – School Leadership

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Matt Williams, Principal of Desert Mirage Elementary School, Pendergast Elementary School District

Matt Williams has more than 23 years of experience in education and holds an undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University and master’s degrees from the University of Phoenix and Northern Arizona University. Throughout his career, he has held various roles including physical education teacher, math teacher, middle school science teacher, and assistant principal.

One of Williams’ notable contributions to equity lies in his dedication to academic success. He recognizes that achievement gaps can disproportionately affect marginalized students, and he has taken proactive measures to address this issue head-on. Through targeted interventions, personalized learning plans, and robust support systems, Mr. Williams has helped students who were previously struggling to excel academically. His unwavering belief in their potential has inspired them to reach new heights and overcome barriers to success.

Furthermore, Williams has implemented comprehensive programs to promote equity in access to extracurricular activities. He understands the importance of these experiences in shaping well-rounded individuals and preparing them for future success. By actively seeking partnerships, securing funding, and removing financial barriers, he has ensured that every student has the opportunity to participate in activities such as sports, arts, and clubs, regardless of their socioeconomic background.

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The 2024 Excellence in Equity Awards program was sponsored by:

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