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Board of Education Names Bryce Williams to Fill Board Vacancy

The Salt Lake City School District Board of Education has voted to appoint Bryce Williams to fill the Board seat vacancy in Precinct 1. Mr. Williams was one of seven applicants who applied to fill the Precinct 1 seat. 

“I am honored to have been chosen by the Board of Education to represent Precinct 1 on the Salt Lake City School District Board of Education and to work alongside the families and students who live in my precinct,” said Mr. Williams. “As we work our way out of the pandemic, I look forward to spending time face to face with families, students, teachers, and administrators; to hearing what their needs are; and to working collectively with the rest of the Board to address those needs.” 

Mr. Williams lives in Rose Park with his wife, Katherine Torres. He grew up in Precinct 1 and is excited to represent the community he grew up in. He holds a Bachelor of Social Work and a Master of Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah. Mr. Williams currently works as a Senior Student Programs Manager for the Bennion Service Center at the University of Utah. He has served as a member of the Community Development Corporation of Utah Board since 2020, as a member of the Rose Park Community Council since May 2019, as a member of the Salt Lake Education Foundation Board since 2017, and as a member of the West High School Alumni Association since 2006.

Mr. Williams will serve in the Precinct 1 Board seat until the end of 2022. The seat will be up for election in the November 2022 General Election.