Pam Williams - Vice-Chairman
Newly elected Vice-Chair, Pam Williams, has been a life-long Oakland County resident. She earned her B.A. at Western Michigan University and her MA and Ed. Spec. from Oakland University. She is a retired teacher and administrator from Romeo Community Schools in Macomb County where she engaged the young minds of elementary and middle school students.
Pam was a conservative educator at a time when that was frowned upon by her colleagues. A longtime volunteer for local, state and national races, she encouraged qualified candidates to run for office.
Pam was elected in 2008 as a Bloomfield Township Public Library Trustee. Also that year, she was elected as a precinct delegate and recently served as 9th District caucus chair at the Oakland County Convention. She also serves on the Bloomfield Township Zoning Board of Appeals.
While representing Oakland County on their executive board, Pam was a delegate to the state convention. She was elected to the executive board of the 9th Congressional District, where she worked on the Regan Dinner, Pancakes and Politics, and the 9th District Barbecue.
As a board member of the Republican Women’s Federation of Michigan, Pam serves as the Scholarship chair. She also serves on the board of WON (Women Officials Network) and the WON foundation board. This is a bipartisan group of women who encourage women (young and old) to run for public office.
Finally in her community she is on the Board with Friends of Preservation Bloomfield and Vice-President of the Birmingham Republican Women’s Club
Her immediate goal as Vice-Chair is concentrating on our county candidates for victory in 2012. By coordinating events, fundraising, mailings and advertising, we have a very good chance of achieving this goal. Any time someone walks in the door, they are a customer and potential volunteer, but most importantly….a VOTER! It is our job to convince them of their value to the cause. She will be an excellent spokesman for the mission of Oakland County. With teamwork, anything is possible!