Princeton Williams
Princeton Williams

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Dallas, Texas

Williams joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in 2006. He develops and delivers a wide range of professional development presentations for educators in a variety of subject areas, as well as other audiences, throughout the Eleventh District. As part of the Federal Reserve System’s economic education group, he serves as the co-chair of the professional development committee. He has served as the content editor for three publications in the Everyday Economic series and has developed classroom lessons on economics and personal finance. Recently, he served as one of the subject matter experts for the content development of the new Economy in Action exhibit at the Dallas Fed. He is currently developing collateral materials related to the exhibit. Prior to coming to the Bank, he taught economics at R. L. Paschal High School in Fort Worth. Selected as lead teacher for AP economics for the Fort Worth ISD, Williams co-authored the district’s economics curriculum and mentored new economics teachers. He is an adjunct instructor of economics at Concordia University of Texas. Williams received a BBA from Southern Methodist University and an MA in economics from the University of Texas at Arlington.

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