Senator Suzanne Williams
Senator Suzanne Williams is a former legislator serving the State of Colorado. Ms. Williams finished her second four-year term as State Senator for District 28, after serving eight years in the Colorado House of Representatives. She is the only registered American Indian state legislator in Colorado. In 2007 Williams was elected Assistant Caucus Chair for the Senate Majority Caucus, and served as Vice-Chair on the Business, Labor & Technology Committee, and Vice-Chair of the Transportation Committee.
She earned her B.S. from Baylor University in 1967 and her M.A. in Special Education from the University of Colorado in 1974. Her professional experience includes working as a Learning Specialist in Public Education and Special Education Teacher for Cherry Creek School from 1978 to 2000.
Senator Williams also served on Appropriations, and Veterans & Military Affairs Committee while in the Colorado Senate.
Ms. Williams is an advocate of children, Native American causes, and human rights. She has been recognized throughout the years for her humanitarian causes, as well as, her positive nature. In 2007, the Aurora Chamber of Commerce named Senator Suzanne Williams "Woman of the Year." As a Colorado Representative and Senator, she has intentionally sat upon committees that have furthered human causes.