Don Williams is a senior-level financial manager with extensive hands-on experience in business administration, consulting, leadership, working with shareholders and executives, and government officials. His proven ability for improving operational performance, maximizing profitability, minimizing risk, and growing enterprise value through project management, negotiating, and execution of project completion has made him a leading force in the industry.
In 2007, Don managed a $57 million revenue increase in sales for work directly with the Homeland Security Agency providing contracting services for 100 miles of securing fencing along the United States and Mexico border. His responsibilities included contract management and on-site execution of service, including supply chain management consisting of manufacturing, scheduling, transportation, and execution of project design requirements; completion of most strenuous part of contracting requiring the securing of 37 miles of border in 90 days.
More Recently, Don along with his daughter Brandy started Weatherspoon & Williams LLC after his steel
manufacturing facility industries were bought out. WWLLC has grown into a major minority general
contractor supplier. This has been done with the firm and purposeful leadership of Don Williams.
With leadership and experience, the organization has implemented many new business strategies and
In 2017-2019, Don attended the Georgia Power Mentoring program for Diversity and Inclusion and
participating in the University of Pittsburgh Entrepreneurial Fellows program. His participation refreshed
many of the company’s proven procedures resulting in a huge increase in WWLLC revenue, and a profit
market increase of about 15%.
Donald holds a B.A. from Juanita College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.