Loree Y. Williams

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Incumbent


Loree Williams has a bachelor’s degree in integrative studies, with a specialization in conflict resolution and peacekeeping from George Mason University. Williams is currently a corporate administrator under an investment firm in Washington, D.C. and has over a decade in corporate level executive administration [1, 4].

Williams also serves as vice chair of the board for the Governor’s School at Innovation Park and used to serve on the Joint CIP (Classifications of Instructional Programs) Committee of the Prince William County School Board. Williams is a graduate of Prince William County Schools and has served as PTA President, on the Prince William County Schools Gifted Education Advisory Council, and as a Prince William County youth volunteer [1, 2, 3].

Key Issues


Williams supports fiscally responsible budget programming and wants to collaborate with all levels of government for funding [3].


Williams is an advocate for the expansion of gifted programming. She supports early childhood intervention programs to enhance the skills of under-performing students [1, 3].


Williams supports inclusive policy and advocates for all types of families from all backgrounds. She is an advocate for equitable funding and programming for all. She voted for the non-discrimination policy for Prince William County Schools. Williams is a Prince William County Racial and Social Justice Commission member and established the office of the Ombudsman (an office dedicated to providing help and a voice to the unheard, also investigating complaints against their organization) [3, 4].

School Safety

Williams wants to increase safety measures to keep Prince William County Schools schools safe. Williams helped pass a $10.7 million program to implement A.I. Evolv Security System screeners for the 2023-2024 School Year. She wants to continue raising confidence in the security and safety of Prince William County Schools [3, 4].


Williams has and hopes to continue increasing salaries for teachers and staff [3].


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1 Prince William County Public Schools 

2 Ballotpedia

3 Loree Y. Williams for Woodbridge District School Board

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