Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Public Relations M.Ed. Educational Leadership Ed.D. Educational Leadership/Administration (2024) Certified in Social Science 6-12
Mr. Williams-Clark has been teaching for a decade and in his 8th year at FSUS. The students affectionately refer to him as Mr. WC. He was born and raised in Tallahassee, FL where he graduated from James S. Rickards High School.
Mr. WC graduated from Florida A&M University with a B.S. in Public Relations with a concentration on African American Studies. He holds a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership from Concordia University-Portland. Currently, Mr. WC is pursuing his doctor of education degree from Florida State University in Educational Leadership & Administration. He is married to his fellow Rattler college sweetheart, and they have three kids.
Mr. WC currently teaches African American History at the FSUS high school. He is also one of 60 teachers across the country piloting the AP African American Studies course. Mr. WC has previously taught 6th grade World Geography, 7th grade Civics, 8th grade U.S. History, and middle school leadership. It is his goal to raise his students into well-rounded, diverse, and prepared citizens of society. One day, when his students are adults, they'll say, "Mr. WC prepared me for this."
Mr. WC also serves as advisor for B.I.G (Building Incredible Generations). Previously, he started and advised the middle school SGA, served as the middle school history fair coordinator and is all around awesome. In addition to his duties at FSUS, he also served as the Youth Advisor for the Tallahassee Branch of the NAACP and the past Site Coordinator and Program Coordinator of the FAMU Freedom School Summer Literacy Program in partnership with the Children's Defense Fund.
Interests and Hobbies
Mr. WC obviously enjoys everything history. He also enjoys watching movies and shows on Netflix, Googling random trivia, hanging with friends, making people laugh and singing. Mr. WC also likes to play on the keyboard when he has time to. Also, in his spare time he works on children's books that he hopes to publish one day. Once his doctorate is completed, it is his goal to transition into administration, teach courses at the college level, and consult schools and districts on diversity, equity, and inclusion issues, particularly in social studies and creating inclusive environments..