Constance Williams, class of 2003, moved to Albany from Phenix City, Alabama when her husband was offered a position as assistant district attorney. She fondly remembers her time and professors at Darton State College, especially Dr. Ragsdale and Mrs. Suttles, who encouraged her to keep studying even when times were tough. She persevered with their support and graduated with an Associates of Science degree in social work. She continued her education at Albany State University, where she earned her bachelor's degree in 2007. Currently, she is pursuing a master's degree in counseling.
Constance feels that it is important to support the alumni association because she "stand's on the shoulders of giants who paved the way for [her]," and in return she would like to pave the way for someone else that may need her support.
She is currently the Superintendent of Custodial Services in the Facilities Management Department at Albany State University. In 2012, she was awarded the Community Partner of the Year Award from Turner Job Corps in Albany, Georgia, and in 2011 she received a certificate of achievement in Conducting Performance Evaluations and Fundamentals of Management and Supervision from Valdosta State.
One of Mrs. Williams's favorite quotes is from Marianne Williamson.
"It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous?"
Constance enjoys attending church, working in the garden, swimming and golfing. She is married to Gerald B. Williams, a private practice attorney.