Rhonda L Williams Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Rhonda L Williams

Associate Professor
University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Rhonda Williams, Associate Professor in the Counseling and Human Services Department at University of Colorado Colorado Springs. As a former school counselor Rhonda teaches school counselor, and mental health counselors. She has written articles and books on School Counselors, adolescents, bullying, and Principal/School Counselor relationships. She was honored as National and Colorado Middle School Counselor of the Year, and the Colorado and the National Counselor Educator of the Year award.

Subjects: Education


Rhonda Williams has had the opportunity to work in many types of schools and districts over many years. It is her pleasure and honor to teach others about the passion she has for the profession of counseling. Her heart lies in school counseling, as she his currently the Executive Director of the Colorado School Counselor Association. At the national level, Dr. Williams has served as ASCA Ethics chair and Ethics Co-Chair. Much of her professional research and community service is focused on a program for adolescent girls called Smart-Girl, while she continues to present and consult nationally and internationally on the role of school counselor. Currently, Dr. Williams is involved in several state and national initiatives.


    Ed.D. Kansas State University, 2003

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    School Counseling Programs
    Principal/School Counselor Relationship
    Ethics in School Counseling
    Experiential Education

Personal Interests



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