Historical Research and Preservation
Founder & Executive Director
Brandy Williams is a renowned historian, business executive, and curator with over two decades of experience in genealogical and historical research, as well as business management in the private sector. Williams is highly experienced in the field of genealogy, having conducted research for over 20 years. She is also well-versed in the areas of archival research, historical interpretation, and curation.
Williams holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from American Public University and a Master of Arts in History with an Antiquities Concentration from the same institution. She also has 20 years of business management experience in the private sector, having served in management roles for a variety of companies.
Williams began his career as a street patrol officer and quickly moved up into the field of forensics, specializing in physical and high technology forensics. He is considered an expert in the field and is the subject matter expert for the organization's historical archive digitization initiative. In addition to his work in digitization, Williams is responsible for managing the overall operations of the organization.
Williams has a wealth of educational credentials, including three degrees: a MA in Criminal Justice, a BS in Information Technology with Digital Forensics, and a BA in Homeland Security. He also holds or held several certifications, including CCNA Sec+, CCNA, CCENT, A+, ACE, EnCE, and Certified Data Recovery Expert.