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Bryce Williams Bio

Bryce Williams

Bryce Williams is a Salt Lake native with a passion for education in both K-12 and higher education.

He holds a Master’s degree in educational leadership and policy with an emphasis in student affairs, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in social work, both from the University of Utah. Bryce is currently the Associate Director of Student Engagement and Outreach at the University of Utah’s Bennion Center for Community Engagement where he oversees the areas of marketing and outreach, days of engagement, drop-in engagement, and residential engagement. Bryce also teaches a course for the community engagement certificate at the U.

Bryce has been active in his local community and has served on multiple boards and commissions including the Salt Lake Education Foundation, Rose Park Community Council, West High Alumni Association (Including 2 terms as president, and the Community Development Corporation of Utah. Bryce was also the 2019 recipient of the University of Utah Staff Excellence Award and served as president of the University of Utah Staff Council from 2020-2021.

In his free time, Bryce can be found spending time outdoors, traveling, attending Utah football and gymnastics events, and quiet time at home watching reality television with his wife Katherine and two small dogs.