Patricia Hill Williams

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Patricia Hill Williams was designated May 18, 2001, by President George W. Bush to be Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Inter-American Foundation. Williams was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1994 by President William J. Clinton.

Williams was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to his National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs and by President George H.W. Bush to his Presidential Advisory Council on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

At the time of her appointment in 2001, Williams was "Vice President for external affairs at the State University of New York at Farmingdale. She is a graduate of SUNY at Old Westbury, received a Master's from New York Institute of Technology and from SUNY Stony Brook and an E.D.D. Degree from California Coast University."

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