I recently returned from a week-long business trip to Cairo. It was my first time to Egypt and even to the region. The schedule was a busy one, full of meetings interrupted only by long [...]
It is a privilege to serve as the President of Cairn University, my alma mater. It is also a privilege to personally share with you who we are and what we are doing as we walk a different path. Let me encourage you to visit the website often and my From the President pages. The articles, chapel messages, blogs, and other items will give you a good sense of the mission and vision of the University as well as a window into the latest developments, plans, projects and ideas. These are exciting days at Cairn and I hope you will be encouraged by what you see and hear.
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Prior to his appointment as President of Cairn University in 2008, Dr. Todd J. Williams served as Senior Vice President and Provost for the University. From 2001 until 2005 he served as Headmaster and CEO of Trinity Christian School of Fairfax, outside Washington D.C. where he successfully led that school in the development of a new campus. While in northern Virginia, Dr. Williams also served as visiting lecturer for the Witherspoon Fellowship in Washington D.C.
From 1999-2001 he served as Vice President and Academic Dean for Undergraduate Education at Cairn where he began his educational career as a faculty member teaching social sciences in the School of Arts and Sciences. He holds a B.S. in Bible degree from Cairn University, a M.Ed. and a Ph.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia. Dr. Williams is an experienced educator, CEO, fundraiser, and organizational development consultant. He also serves as a visiting lecturer and speaker on cultural and professional issues. He is the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the John Jay Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Williams and his wife, Dawn, have two grown children, Connor and Caitlin.