Brandon Williams is a lifelong resident of Clark county and a 2014 graduate of Cedarville University. Upon graduation Brandon began working in his home district at Kenton Ridge High School teaching freshman and sophomore students history. Brandon and his wife Allison enjoy duck hunting, fishing, Country music and serving their church, Harmony Missionary Baptist, where Brandon serves as lead pastor. In his spare time Brandon enjoys learning new instruments, wood working, golfing and training his hunting partner AJ, the golden retriever. Brandon is ecstatic to be working at GISA.
Education should create lifelong learners by equipping students with the skills they need to succeed in what they are most passionate about. Through history, we teach students how to think critically through the story of humanity and how decisions created ripples through time that affect us today. As students analyze this story they develop the skills needed to seek truth in a culture which floods them with information and enable them to become proactive agents of justice.
Favorite song: Wagon Wheel (As done by Old Crow Medicine Show [Darius Rucker is an imposter])
Favorite historical character: Abraham Lincoln
Favorite Movie: Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?