Roslyn Williams, Board Member
Roslyn Williams joined the Henry County Water Authority (HCWA) Board of Directors in January 2017, after being appointed by Henry County Commissioner Dee Clemmons to represent the citizens of Henry County’s District 2 on the Authority Board. Mrs. Williams serves as Commissioner Clemmons’ Chief of Staff, overseeing all administrative activities.
Mrs. Williams has been a Stockbridge resident for two years. She has over 10 years of experience working with children and youth as the founder and CEO of Ethnic Etiquette Training Center, providing etiquette training to teach various individuals and groups how to conduct themselves in society, according to social codes. Mrs. Williams also assists her husband, Rick, in offering fitness and nutritional training for youth, utilizing their fitness game – Bodybreaker.
Mrs. Williams says one of Henry County’s greatest assets is its people. Because of Henry County’s growth and the influx of new families into the community, she says it is critically important to provide citizens with essential services. Among those essentials are water and sewer services.
“I’m familiarizing myself with the history of the Henry County Water Authority and I’m discovering that it is a well-run machine with great leaders and staff who have a wealth of experience,” says Williams. “I hope to develop a respectful working relationship with my colleagues (on the Water Authority Board), while bringing my gifts and talents to the community service opportunities the Authority has with its partners.”
Mrs. Williams notes that water and sewer services are vital to the County’s economic development and quality of life, and she says she intends to learn as much as possible about the Water Authority and its system during her tenure on the HCWA Board.
“There are some great developments taking place in Henry County, and I want to offer open communication and a sense of unity between the County Commission and the Water Authority” she says. “This (Water Authority) Board has a reputation as one of the best Boards in Henry County.”
Mrs. Williams and her husband, Rick, have been married for four years, and she is a stepmother to six children and two grandchildren. She and her husband attend Global Impact Christian Ministries. Mrs. Williams is ordained as an Evangelist/Missionary with the Church of God in Christ, leading her own Women’s Ministry on the local, district and jurisdictional levels. She also has taught Sunday School and Bible Study, as well as serving her church and community in whatever capacity is needed