P.D. Jackson-Olin Welcomes new Principal – Dr. Nichole Davis-Williams
Dr. Nichole Davis-Williams, a graduate of the P.D. Jackson-Olin Class of 1993, was recently named the newest principal to lead the mighty mustangs, effective June 1, 2019. Davis-Williams brings more than twenty years of educational experience and embraces her new journey to continue the prestigious reputation of her alma mater. The P.D Jackson-Olin Mustangs welcomed the illustrious alumnus during a recent Meet & Greet held at the school.
As a mustang alumna, Dr. Williams brings extensive experience and talent to bring to the table. While serving as principal of W. J Christian, Davis-Williams led the school in creating a Robotics club, establishing outdoor classrooms, installing the inaugural class of student ambassadors and strongly supporting a study abroad program in Costa Rica. Davis-Williams began her career as an elementary Mathematics and Reading teacher until she was promoted to a Curriculum Coach. In her role as Curriculum Coach, Davis-Williams helped to monitor instructional programming for more than six years, until transitioning to her role as a school administrator.
In addition to having an outstanding career as an educator, Davis-Williams takes pride in serving her community. Davis-Williams' biography cites that she was named “Big Sister of the Year” for the State of Alabama, reflects her service as a member of the Miles College Student Advisory Committee, the Magic City (AL) chapter of the Links Inc., and a member of the Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
As a proud mother, Davis-Williams shared candidly during her reception that she wants to be the living role model that a young girl her age can look up to. Davis-Williams’ welcoming reception included surrounding neighborhood presidents, school board members, members of the P.D. Jackson-Olin alumni, community leaders, parents, students, and the current faculty and staff.
Let’s Go Mustangs!